Hello my name is William Butterfield. I am located in Martinez Georgia. I took this picture while visiting the World War II Aircraft Carrier USS Yorktown CV10. It was a picture I took of a Radar Room while on a self guided tour. When I took the picture there was no one next to or in the room, it was closed to visitors. Its not a reflection of me. I know this because of the outfit in the picture was not what i was wearing and angle of the shot. I took the shot not at a angle but straight into the room. To me it looks like a uniform of some kind. Any opinions on this picture would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for taking the time to look at my picture.. The picture was taken in 2005.
hi, my name is rick piecki & live in canada,ont. this year for my 50 th birthday i went to west palm beach fl. a wish come through for me & my girlfriend.winter is long here & we wanted to ride & feel the wind in our faces. a true passion of ours.
anyway,my girlfriend & our friends took me out for my birthday at the city center complex,that was january 21. it was a nice evening, nothing out of the ordinary as far as weather it was just great especially thinking of those back home freezing.
so here we are standing next to the restaurant we were going to,we stopped to admire a horse & carriage parked along the roadway,on rosemary ave to be exact.i could tell the driver was having issues with the horse! as he was trying to calm him from jolting away. he was standing next to him holding the bridal & the horse was obviously spooked. no cat no dog nothing apparent for him to act the way he did. my friend asked him if he was used to the city & his reply was a simple yes.
at the same time i started to take pictures of the horse.taking 3 so that i was sure i had at least 1 good 1,since the lighting was poor.we entered the restaurant & sat outside on the patio.as i always do with my camera,i played back my recent photos is'nt digital a great tool! the next thing was totaly freaky. a sudden rush tingled through my body i was in total disbelief. i am not a ghost hunter nor have i ever imagined anything of the sort. i showed the picture & we were all stunned by what was revealed in only the first picture i had taken of the horse.
no one in our party had an explanation, we assumed smoke but there was none ! it truly looked like a ghost. so much for me being the center of attention due to my birthday. the night revolved around this apparition in my camera. why! who! how come??? all we got from the waiter is that the restaurant was an old church. by the way afterwards the horse was fine never did he react not even to passing cars.
so as we got back home, i suppose you could say i'm on a mission!! i did find out the old church was the first united methodist church. i suppose there is no way of ever finding out why i was the 1 holding the camera & to light the way for this ecto form to be exposed i laid awake wondering if it knows me or maybe chose me. i guess i'll have to wait until my own calling happens. as time goes by i was informed that it is truly an ecto & what even makes it more credible "this was pointed out to me"there is also an orb accompanying him. it's like he was helping him to be exposed so that we can save him from a lost destiny. does any of this make sense to you? explain. i'm sure with your connaissance & studies on the subject you can either acknowledge, or share your theory. hope you reply! thank you rick piecki
This strange photo was taken in a home in Oxford Ohio. I was testing my camera after a very strange ghost hunt at Ghost Road. For some reason my camera would not work at the location but when I got home this was the first photo I took and to my surprise I got something anomalous. Sent to us by Brad Garrison
Is this photo taken by Randy Briers that of real ghosts that haunt Stagecoach road are they justa acase of Pareidolia. See enlarged image below. Pronounced /pærɪˈdoʊliə/ - is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon, and hearing hidden messages on records played in reverse. The word comes from the Greek para- ("beside", "with", or "alongside"—meaning, in this context, something faulty or wrong (as in paraphasia, disordered speech)) and eidolon ("image"; the diminutive of eidos ("image", "form", "shape")). Pareidolia is a type of apophenia.
Briers in the enlagement above, believes he has captured a real photo of the Lallorna. A female crying ghost in his Stagecoach Road ghost photo.
The very strange lights of Stagecoach Road are thought to be similar to the famous Marfa Lights. The only difference is these balls of lights will hover around you in the dark and this is said to happen more so in the month of August. There are two distinctive types of lights the white and blue associates with the Lallorna or the lady in white and the red ones associates with the Goatman.
Stagecoach Road Ghost Lights Photo from Tamilia Easter Jackson
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Author of 49 books about history, hauntings
and the unexplained in America for Whitechapel
Press and Barnes & Noble Press respectively.
He is the founder and president of the “American
Ghost Society”, a national network of
ghost hunters that collects stories of ghost
sightings and haunted houses and uses investigative
techniques to track down evidence of the supernatural.
Taylor was born on September 24, 1966 in
Decatur, Illinois, a Midwestern city that
is steeped in legend and lore. Even the hospital
in which he was born is allegedly haunted
by a phantom nun! He grew up fascinated with
“things that go bump in the night”,
as well as the writings of haunted travel
writer Richard Winer and legendary ghost hunter,
Harry Price. In school, Taylor was well-known
for his interest in the paranormal and often
took friends on informal ghost tours of haunted
places all over downstate Illinois. He would
later turn this interest into his full-time
In 1989, Taylor started working in a bookstore
and a few years later, he wrote his first
book on ghosts. It was called Haunted Decatur
and delved into the ghosts and hauntings of
the city where he grew up. He also created
a tour that took guests to places that he
had written about in the book. The book became
an immediate success and its popularity, along
with his previous experiences with ghost hunting,
established Taylor as an authority on the
supernatural. The book and tour led to media
and public appearances and numerous requests
to investigate ghostly phenomena.
In 1996, Taylor organized a group of ghost
enthusiasts into an investigation team and
the American Ghost Society was launched, gained
over 600 members in the years that followed.
The organization continues today as one of
America’s largest and most honored research
In 1998, Taylor moved his operations, which
now included the American Ghost Society, a
history and hauntings bookstore and a publishing
company called Whitechapel Press, to Alton,
Illinois, near St. Louis. In Alton, Taylor
started his second tour company, Alton Hauntings,
which took guests to local haunted places
in the small Mississippi River town. He would
go on to put the place on the map as “one
of the most haunted small towns in America.”
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