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Here is a very well known ghost photograph taken in 1995
which contains a girl in the doorway in front of a blazing
fire. The building is the Wem Town hall of Shropshire,
England. This picture was taken from the other side of the
street. The girl was not seen at the time that the
photograph was taken and was only noticed after the picture
No bodies were discovered in the burned out structure nor
was anyone reported as missing. However, according to the
local folklore a girl by the name of Jane Charm had burned
down the town hall building in 1677 when she accidentally
dropped a burning candle. The ghost of this young girl has
been reported to haunt the Wem Town hall building since
I don' t know what people think about the story of the Amityville
haunting, whether it' s true or not, but check out this picture that was
Taken during an investigation of the house. It appears to clearly show
the face of a small boy peering out of a doorway. The investigators at
the Time had set up a camera and Tripod to photograph the same area
every so often and that is what they caught on film. When the image
showed up the investigators said that no children were present during
the investigation. It is thought that it could be the spirit of John
Deseo, who was 9 when he was killed in 1974, along with his parents
and most of his siblings, by older brother Ronald l) I P. He now sits
in prison serving 6 life sentences and the current owners have stated
repeatedly they have no problems with the house. Personally I don' t
believe the stories of it being haunted, but the picture below still gives
me the chills.
To the sceptic it may simply look like a fuzzy CCTV image of someone in a
long coat walking through a doorway.
Experts say the figure could be the best proof yet found
that things really do go bump in the night. .. and the day Too.
The mystery surfaced two months ago at the 16th -century palace, once
home to King Henry VIII.
Security staff heard alarms ringing near an exhibition hall, indicating fire
doors had been opened. an on investigation they found the doors closed.
Perplexed, they examined CCTV footage. and that is when it got spooky.
The cameras showed the heavy doors popping open but no one there.
Then, suddenly, the long- coated figure appeared and slammed the doors
The guards were told the same thing happened at the same time - about
ppm - the day before.
To add to the mystery, the doors also flew open at the same time the
very next day. But the ghostly figure has been spotted only once.
The suspected spook has not jun been sighted by CCT V. Australian
tourists also claim to have seen a ghost near the exhibition area.
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