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Famous Ghost Picture
Toys R Us Ghost Picture!
The famous Toys R Us ghost picture shows a young man leaning on
shelves in the background during a séance. The ghost photograph
was taken with an Infrared camera. To the surprise of the
photographer and others, the ghost did not show up in other
pictures of the same exact area, even when taken at the same
moment with high speed film. Only the Infrared film captured the
male figure ghost photo! Could the Toys R Us ghost photo show us
that the Infrared spectrum is where some ghosts manifest?
Read on for more details about this famous ghost pic...
More of the Story:
The story about the haunting
made its way onto a television
show in 1978 called, That's
Incredible. Famed medium
Sylvia Brown joined hosts Fran
Tarkenton, John Davidson and
Kathy Lee Crosby to investigate
the store and conduct the
seance while being
photographed by professional
photographers. According to
employees at the time of the
Sunnyvale, California Toys 'R'
Us store, the ghost haunted the
aisles and was known to toss
toys from shelves, create cold
spots, and make his presence
known in other ways. He was
often felt like a breeze behind
workers and patrons. The ghost
was believed to be that of a
man from the 1880s with the
last name of Johnson or
Johnston, a ranch hand and
preacher who farmed where the
store sits today. The young
man, while in his twenties or
early thirties, bled to death.
Does the man still haunt the
Toys R Us store? Maybe...
We adjusted the contrast of the man leaning on the wall.
Although this ghost picture is considered by most not to be a fake, we still
must note that the shoes look more like tennis shoes and not boots from
the late 1800s. Also, the cut of the clothing seems more modern, with
seventies-style flared jeans.
Is this famous photograph a truly good ghost picture?