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Famous Ghost Picture
Tulip Staircase Ghost Picture!
In 1966, Reverend Ralph Hardy captured the photograph, below,
inside of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England.
At the time, Hardy was seeking to capture a photo of the Tulip
Staircase in the Queen's House. To his surprise, Reverend Hardy
captured a figure ascending the stairway, as seen in this picture.
Over the years, many experts have been unable
to debunk the Tulip Staircase ghost picture.
Interestingly, the staircase has been known for
its haunting activity, such as footsteps and the
occasional sighting of apparitions.
Some have thought the image to be a
photograph of a painting, possibly. But, when
looking closer, you'll notice that this photo was
taken from underneath a spiraling staircase.
That means the steps on the left are actually
underneath the ghost that is walking on the top
of the stairs behind the railing.
Both hands of the specter are on the rail, and
the head is hung low as if in a position of
fleeing, or perhaps, sadness. Both hands on the
railing are left hands - some say they both may
have wedding bands on the marriage finger.
This photo of the Tulip Staircase shows the
position of the light that is seen shining
behind the ghost, the underneath of the
staircase as well as the approximate position
of the ghost on the stairwell.
From this image, we can see that the
photographer must have been standing on the
floor to the left of the stairs (assuming the
photo was taken toward the bottom of the