Dec 3, 2018

Ghost Photos unlike any you've seen with Ghostographer Tim Scullion

“Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't.” - Mark Twain, Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World


Interview with Tim Scullion Wendy's Coffeehouse 12/2/18

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Ghost Photographer, Tim Scullion has an unusual method of capturing ghost images. Skeptics write it off to Photoshop and/or *lens flare. Is it? Lens flare doesn't really apply to these photos. Is Tim ready to divulge the secret? Nope.

Preview Tim's Book
He says he has a few more books of photos in the works. That comes first and then, yes, he plans to share the process. Take a look at the images he has posted on his blog. And there are hundreds in his two books. In addition the pics are so unique his work has been

Connect with Tim at Ghostographer.com
[Click Real Ghost Photos to see the images we discuss in the interview.]
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Breakthrough Ghost Photography of Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Part II, Schiffer Publishing -

"Examine 230 paranormal images that are beautiful, ugly (if not horrifying!), bizarre, and defy explanation. He also provides historic accounts, ghost sightings, and narrative, insights, and introspection for each location. Colonial Williamsburg is a hotspot for ghosts!"

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I'll share an image from my own collection here and include a favorite sent to me by a friend of my Brother, Russ after he told her about my visit to The Stanley Hotel in Colorado. Check out the cameo.

Unmistakable. She was completely unaware of anything odd happening at the time the picture was taken. None of the others in that sequence have anything unusual - mist, orb or otherwise. This link is a more detailed account.

Image Credit: Janice Robinett
If you are unable to make out the features in the haze, it seems to show the face of a man. She thought the image resembled Mr. Stanley.

Again, she had no idea there was anything happening until after she saw the image. She didn't try to alter it. Why would she? This is perfect 'as is'.

When I look at the image (for that face) it can appear to be two different views.

One is straight on and the other is slanted to the right. Another image visible in the mist is more animalistic.

I do like that is has so many interesting characteristics and can appear to be more than one entity. 
Not sure if she would have remained in that spot if she knew someone or something was posing alongside her.

The perfect Ghost photobomb.

Then again, I might have a tie for that title.
The watcher.
This is the photo I hinted about in a previous post.

I discovered this interesting image when I had the film developed. If I remember correctly, it was the last photo on the roll.

Curious. It certainly had my attention. Was someone playing with my camera?

I settled on the possibility that the resident ghost decided to snap a selfie to let me know everything was under control.


Chapman University 2017 Survey says 52 percent of Americans believe a place can be haunted. I am one of those believers and I also experience Ghosts. So very real - and fascinating - those quirky programs running in the background.

Thank you for listening!
Stay curious.

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