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Ectoplasm in Ghost Pictures
View ectoplasm ghost pictures and understand more about this
True ectoplasm in ghost pictures is not as common as some other ghostly
anomalies captured in photographs, such as orbs.
Although smoke, fog, steam, moisture, or human breath are often
mistaken as ghost mists, naturally occuring phenomena cannot
explain photos with true ectoplasm vapor trails.
Pictures of Ectoplasm Ghosts
Ghosts are disembodied people who are lost and are remaining earthbound, meaning on this physical plane.
Sometimes, ghosts and spirits captured in pictures appear as mists, vapors or fogs. Today, in modern ghost
hunting, this is type of ghost manifestation is sometimes referred to as "ectoplasm." It is important when
trying to capture ghosts with a camera or video camera, that the photographer remember not to exhale during
shots; otherwise, warmed breath in cold air can produce a vaporous mist. The ghost photographer must also
keep a lookout for moisture in the air (rain, snow, fountain dew, cigarette smoke and steam. Our friend and
fellow ghost investigator, Kathy Owen has reproduced some of these effects for us so that you can compare:
False Ectoplasm Ghost Pictures.
Ectoplasm, manifestations of spirit in physical form, typically have vapor trails that are pronounced. Many
believe that ectoplasm is the initial stage before a ghost manifests as an apparition.
Ectoplasm first was coined to describe a milky substance purportedly secreted from the orifices of psychic
medium about a century ago. It eventually evolved into describing ghostly mists. You can see more ectoplasm
ghost pictures here: Mists & Vapors Ghost Pictures and Ectoplasm Ghost Picture Examples.
An unknown psychic medium is photographed in the 1800s
purportedly "oozing" spirit ectoplasm out of her hear and onto a
table during a seance. This type of ectoplasm was later thought to
be faked by mediums of the day and should not be confused with
ghostly mists or vapors.