Portly Ghost in the Attic!
This is the house (museum) of Dr Edward Jenner, who was born
in 1749, who is credited with inventing vaccination. He specifically
invented the smallpox vaccine.
This set of pictures were taken by a photographer at the “House in
Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.” The picture displays a portly
ghostly man setting between the two beds. The photographer noticed
the image straight away through the LCD screen but could see nothing
with his eyes. He retook the picture several times from the same
exact position with no ghostly image. There may also be an image of
a female to the left as well. No tours were ever offered in that
attic up to that time… but since then, ghost tours of the attic were
created. The staff believes it to be one of Dr Jenner's servants who
lived in the attic rooms in the early 1800’s.
“House in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.”
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||Enlarged view of a
portly ghost appears to be sitting comfortably in a chair
between the two beds
||A second photo reveals no ghost and
||These were the actual panoramic
photos that were taken. One with a ghost and one without.
Some may suggest a trick of light but
I don't abide by that theory. Excellent capture!
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Posted: October 2014
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