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Common mis-spellings for ghosts and angels: angl, gost, gohst, anegl, angal, pic, pikture. Other languages: gast, geister, geist, engel, revenant, ange, fantasma, angelo, grabado, aparicion.
Pictures: bild, bilder, accettazione, dipinto, figure, image, imagen, ingreso. Apy
Famous Ghost Picture
Lord Combermere Ghost Picture
The camera exposure was at least an hour long. Could someone
have slipped into the chair and then left to have recorded the
ghostly image? Or, is it actually the ghost of Lord Combermere?
In 1891, the above ghost picture was taken in Combermere Abbey
Library by Sybell Corbet. It is believed that the see-through man
sitting on the chair is the Lord Combermere himself, a distinguished
cavalry commander of the 1800s. He was killed in 1891 when run
over by a horse-drawn carriage and the funeral was underway at
another location when this photograph was captured. Also, see a
close-up and enhanced version here: 1891 Ghost Picture
ghost photo taken in
the late 1800's
during his funeral.
exposure was at
least an hour long.
Could someone have
slipped into the
chair and then left to
have recorded the
ghostly image? Or,
is it actually the
ghost of Lord
The Lord Combermere apparition
is boxed along with adjustments
we made to the photo.
Like this ghost photo taken with
lengthened exposure, we have
received several apparition photos
that were captured through use of
lengthened exposure. Using a
tripod is the best way to use this
method to photograph ghosts.
[Note: Be sure that no one walks
into frame during your shots.]
Learn more about this type of
ghost photography of apparitions:
Slow Shutter Speed Apparitions