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Apparition Ghost Photo Examples
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Apparition ghost pictures are the holy grail of ghost pictures. While
some are undeniably an apparition, others may be just a trick of the
We occasionally receive a ghost picture in which people find a
possible apparition. Although rare, apparitions are both seen and
photographed from time to time. There can, however, be other
explanations for the phenomena of apparitions.
Apparitions in Ghost Photos
While some apparition ghost photo examples are very compelling evidence of ghostly activity, others are the
product of something known in the ghost hunting community as "matrixing." The effect is when the human
brain and eye work together to assemble shapes and patterns into familiar images. One of the more famous
examples of this naturally occurring phenomena is the face of Jesus found on a grilled cheese sandwich. The
scientific term for this is really known as "pareidolia" or "anthropomorphizing," the latter meaning "to give
human attributes to non-human things." It is something we humans do socially, as we try and identify with the
world around us.
Apparitions may also be created on accident by having a digital camera set on "night mode." This lengthens the
exposure time, keeping the shuter open longer to see better in darkness, but possibly allows more time for a
living human being to walk in front of the camera and appear in the photograph. If this happens, the person
may appear "see-through." Of course, photographers have been staging photographs using lengthened or
double-exposure techniques to create special effects, including ghosts, since the mid-1800s.