Warning: Some of these images may be more disturbing than you are used to. View at your own discretion.)
Most of these pictures are well known in the Paranormal circles, but many of them have been faked. Many professional paranormal investigators have attempted to recreate them, and succeeded. There are a few originals there that we have not been, as of yet, successful in recreating. I’ll run through a list of the photos and tell you which is still considered by investigators as real authentic ghost photography, and which have been proven fake. I also have training with film development and can spot defects in film and super-imposed images, which has been helpful to the research.
0:13: Fast moving polaroid still of a Salem Re-enactor.
0:18: Authentic, but possible double exposure.
0:22: Double Exposure.
0:27: Video of Priest in Raincoat.
0:31: Double Exposure.
0:36: Naturally Occuring random formation on the tree.
0:53: Possible Double Exposure
0:56: (Music Video Ghost) – Someone from a neighboring town confessed to sneaking on set to watch the filming.
1:09: Faked; If you’ll noticed, she casts a shadow.
1:13: Faked; The “ghost” was super-imposed into the shot.
1:22: Trick of the light that makes him look see-through.
1:40: Shadows of two security guards who never walk in frame.
1:56: Toy doll suspended on a string in front of the camera.
2:15: Film Defect
2:22: I find it hard to believe that the camera picked up an object that the investigators, who were right behind it, never saw.
2:30: That’s an investigator holding a camera in the distance.
2:40: Authentic, suspected super-imposed image.
2:45: Trick of the light.
2:50: Drawn there on purpose.
3:01: Super-impose image.
3:08: A Reflection effect.
3:12: Photo-manipulation. The eyes were whited out using chemicals.
*Video credited to Donner1701 at Youtube.com