Sunday, January 30, 2011

Picture Analysis-1st part

This famous ghost photograph was taken in 1891 by Sybell Corbett at
Combermere Abbey in Cheshire, England.  It is believed to be of Lord
Combermere, who apparently returned to visit his library.  The camera was set
up in the library and left to record the area for about an hour.  Older cameras
took a while to record an image.  When the photograph was developed, this
image of a man appeared in the photo.  Very few people were in the house
when the picture was captured, as the Lord himself was being buried during
this time.  Had anyone entered the room and sat in the chair for a few minutes,
an image like this would have been recorded.   The family's butler insisted that
no one had entered the room.This picture remains a mystery that leads many paranormal to this abbey.

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