This summer, my family and I are taking a short vacation at Ocean City, Maryland. Its a crazy place, I’ve found out, with beach combers, sun lovers, boardwalk explorers and the like. I would call it a fun place to take the kids. While here, we also plan on visiting Assateague Island, a barrier island, that has wild horses living on it since the 16oos.
While on vacation, I was also able to finally complete the newly organized Ghost Pictures Library that is cleaned up, organized and categorized to make it much easier to find some of the best ghost photos from within the thousands of photograph pages, different examples of ghost manifestations, famous, real, false pics, and even a few fakes. I really wanted it to be a resource for learning and exploration for everyone – hope you like it.
Yesterday morning, I was asked to visit a psychic with my wife. I obliged – it was very interesting.
I must admit that I was pleasantly enlightened by the accuracy (as far as him describing my wife and our lives fairly accurately) of the fortune teller. Be sure and read about our tarot card reading experience. I think you might like it. – Louis
When reviewing ghost pictures, we often receive images that have been taken through glass such as a window panes, door glass, etc. This can make it more difficult to see if there is actually a ghostly apparition within the photo. Many times, people visit museums and take photos of exhibits encased in glass and are surprise to see “ghosts” appearing in the frame.
The most common type of non-ghost we see when shooting pictures through glass is usually a human form of someone who was in the room with the photographer – a mere reflection of either their body or shadow. Often, the photographer’s own reflection of a body part will be mistaken for an entity. It’s also important to know that smudges, dirt and fingerprints on glass will illuminate with light of the camera’s flash and look ethereal and see through. The issue with glass reflections, of course, is that the everything reflected is transparent – see through.
If at all possible, try not to take photographs through glass while ghost investigating. If you have to do so, then work to explain anomalies by first considering natural reflection effects. Try and account for everyone who was in the room (and especially where they were at when the photo was recorded), and do not be afraid to attempt to duplicate the effect to either validate or disprove it.
Source: False Ghost Pictures: Glass Reflection