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Common mis-spellings for ghosts and angels: angl, gost, gohst, anegl, angal, pic, pikture. Other languages: gast, geister, geist, engel, revenant, ange, fantasma, angelo, grabado, aparicion.
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Famous Ghost Picture
The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
Taken in 1936 during a photo shoot for Country Life magazine by Indra Shira, this famous real ghost picture of an
apparition descending the stairs has been viewed round the world. Indra saw the white form taking shape and
ordered his assistant to snap a picture of the staircase. His assistant, who did not see the white vapor, bet Shira
that nothing would be in the picture - he lost five English pounds on the bet.
The home this famous, real ghost picture was captured in is Raynham Hall in Norfolk. King George the IV of
England and others had seen a ghost deemed the Brown Lady before this photo was taken. She has not been
seen since this 1936 photo.
We received some these comments about
the Brown Lady ghost picture. Is there more
than one ghost in the photograph?
My dad just analyzed the picture of the
Brown lady ghost (Famous 1936 ghost
apparition descending stairs, appeared in
photo) using a magnifying glass, and
he noticed the lady is descending with two
little kids. In fact, we can see that the
one on her left (your right) is a little girl with
a round hat, and she is looking at her
right (your left). I can see it, too. Use a
magnifying glass and you will notice it. Very
interesting, huh? - Miguel Martinez Jr.
I have noticed that at the top of the stairs,
there is a little boy sitting at the top - almost
through the head of the spirit on the stairs.
You can see his face clearly, as well as his
legs brought up close to his chest - check it
out...it is so creepy. I also noticed the little
girl on the right of the picture like they
described (above). If you look at the little
boy at the top of the stairs, their heads are
the same size. - Shayne Burton