Does this photo
prove the existence of ghosts
IS THIS A REAL GHOST PHOTOGRAPH?
I enjoy looking at ghost photographs, especially those that have been examined by photography experts and for which no logical explanation can be found for the ghostly image captured.
Take a look at this one and see what you think
In November 1995, when Wem Town Hall, in Shropshire caught fire, hundreds of people gathered to watch outside of a cordoned off area.
Over sixty firefighters attended the fire, and although they managed to save much of the exterior of the building, the interior was gutted. The town's newspaper, The Shropshire Star, reported that despite the massive fire, “a large plaque on the town hall entrance commemorating a previous fire at the site in 1677 had only suffered minor water damage.” Arson was ruled out, but no one was able to pinpoint the cause of the fire.
Standing across the street with his camera was a local resident, Tony O’Rahilly. He had a 200-mm zoom lens mounted on his camera, and was taking pictures of the scene of the fire from a safe vantage point.
Some time later, O’Rahilly had his black and white film developed and was astonished to find an unexpected image in one of the photographs. Standing in the doorway of the burning town hall is what appears to be the image of a young girl who O’Rahilly said he did not see when he was taking the photograph.
This is an unusual photograph as the girl appears to be looking directly towards the camera, flames raging behind her inside of the town hall. No other picture with the image of this girl has ever surfaced. Who was this mysterious young woman?
The girl in the doorway was not seen by anyone in the crowd at the time the photo was taken.
When examined by a photographic expert Dr. Vernon Harrison, former President of the Royal Photographic Society the photo was considered genuine, in that it had not been tampered with!
The previous fire on the site of the building in 1677 was caused when a 14- year- old girl, Jane Churn accidentally dropped a candle. Is it likely that this was a photograph of young Jane's ghost?
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