I went to the cemetery to check on a friend’s grave and make sure it was kept up, his headstone presentable.
His elderly wife called and said she was too frail to make the long trip from Topeka, KS. I did this favor to her last year also.
I told Aunt B I would and I did.
I hauled my camera along with me so I could take a photo of Uncle C’s grave to mail to Aunt B.
A photo would at least give her some assurance.
Funny thing tho, when I took my camera out of the protective case at the cemetery to take the photo, my batteries were dead!
Brand new lithium batteries…those babies arent cheap nor are they weak.
damn, was all I could say.
Maybe a ghost sucked the energy from them…It happens they say.
I do not have any ghost photos but here are someone else’s I thought were pretty good :
from Mike DeWire
The picture was taken without anyone knowing an apparition may have been caught on film, seeing as how the shape only appeared in the picture AFTER it was taken. No one was aware of a ghostly presence or strange activity when the photo was snapped. The picture was taken in Kramer, Pa., circa 1977. It has received moderate attention in local newspapers in the past.
from Kristy Williams
I’m from Oklahoma. I love to just drive around and look at old big houses. My dad took us one day just driving around before the movie started and took us by this one old beautiful house. I said next time I was in town I was going to bring my camera so I could get a picture of it. A few weekends later, my mom and I went to town. I couldn’t remember how to get back to the old house and neither could my mother. About the time I was going to give up, I told her well I’ll turn down this road and go to Wal-Mart. When I did, at the end of that street was the house! I couldn’t believe it. I pulled over and got my camera out. I took a picture, which was the last one on the roll. I wanted more pictures, but was out of film. Months later, I finally get the film developed, forgetting all about the house. My friend was with me at the time. I saw the picture and was so glad it took. I showed my friend the house and how spooky it looked. She said, “Yeah, there she is.” I laughed and went on thinking she was just teasing me. The next day I showed someone else and really looked at the picture with my friend by me. There in the second story window was “a lady.” I about fell over! She said I told you, but you didn’t believe me. It sent chills through me because I had told my mother when I took the picture how strange it would be if I got the film back and someone was looking at me.