So far this year there have been a lot of spirit photos that were shared on the internet. One question is always wondered when photos like these are presented. Are the photos real or fake?
With today's sophisticated graphic design computer programs, ghosts can easily be edited into any image with digital photo manipulation. Even cellular telephones now have applications that can add ghostly effects to any photo taken.
The photos that appear in this list were taken in Florida, Georgia, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oregon, and Texas.
6. Texas woman finds ghost in cell phone photo
A woman in Texas got a strange surprise in April after reviewing a photo that she tried to take of her nephew on her cell phone. She noticed what appeared to be a ghost of a man in the image.
5. Florida man finds ghostly figure on real estate listing photo
A Florida man was browsing real estate listings in August when he noticed something strange in one of the listing photos. He posted the odd image of the foreclosed home on Reddit.
4. Ghostly figure found on Facebook profile photo in New Hampshire
A New Hampshire man noticed an unexpected guest in one of his friend's Facebook photos recently. He posted the odd image of his friend and her dog in an online forum.
3. Odd angelic figure captured on wildlife camera in Georgia
A law enforcement officer from Georgia shared an image of an angelic figure that was captured on a wildlife camera. He posted the image on Coast To Coast AM's website.
2. Ohio child battling cancer photographed with ghostly figure
A family in Ohio was shocked after they noticed a strange figure in a photograph with their daughter. Erin Potter was battling cancer at the time and is seen in the photo with a ghostly figure beside her.
1. Strange shadowy figure captured on time-lapse camera in Oregon
A photographer got more than he hoped for in July after reviewing a time-lapse camera that he set up in a cemetery to a capture the sunset. A mysterious shadowy figure is seen in one of the images.
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