Below is the original Smithsonian Museum ghost picture:
is a close-up (inset) of the ghost face in the Smithsonian Museum:
"You can see everything in this - hairline,
nose, mouth (half of a smile), cheekbones. I, nor anyone else, can make much sense of the eyes - we thought maybe glasses? Also, if you look close enough you can almost see what looks like the start of his left shoulder. Now, I have been interested in ghosts and the
supernatural for as long as I can remember. I know what to look for and I know what to approve and what not too. This seems very legit to me. The face almost has a 3d effect to it. It's VERY VERY lifelike; not only to me, but to many. I do not believe this is a reflection
(you can see the refection of my mom standing with her arm up, taking the picture near the chest of the horse). You also can see the reflection of other things throughout the horse. That's truly what a reflection is to me. This face/head is too 3D and bright to be a reflection.
My mom assured me over and over again, that there was not one person standing next to her while she took this photo. This figure also has a very translucent look to it; you can see through this apparition in different areas through his face. I'm not sure if I can give you any
To be honest, we never like to see ghost pictures that involve shooting through glass. However, with this photo we see something different taking place. Our initial thought was that there might have been an anomaly on the glass that became visible with the camera flash.
Looking closer, we see a perfect head - actually two heads: the face moving from a side view to straight on. We don't believe it to be the reflection of a living person (the color looks like it's from an old movie - as if it were a projected image). If there was not a TV screen
across from the display, we do not know where the ghostly heads could have come from.
Is it a ghost? You