One of the most famous of the cemetery's ghost stories is that of the Madonna of Bachelor's Grove, also known as Mrs. Rogers or White Lady. In 1944, a woman named Luella Rogers was buried next to her infant son, who died in 1914. People claim to have seen Mrs. Rogers' ghost sitting on her headstone or standing near it holding her baby in her arms. She is known to walk the grounds of the cemetery on nights of a full moon. The ghost is peaceful - she is believed to lead visitors away from danger
A haunting picture of a ghost taken in a woman's bedroom. The woman that took this picture in the early 1970's was simply making up her bed in a new set of sheets and pillow cases when she felt something in the room. She couldn't see it with her naked eye but when she took a picture and had the film developed she was shocked to find this image of woman staring back at her.
1925 - a girl visiting the grave of her twin sister who died in a house fire the year before. Parents of the girl saw her, on many occasions, talking to her sister like she was playing in her room, but saw no one , until this photo was developed you know there is some idiot that thinks they had photo shop in 1925
“Adam was working for a roofing outfit from Tremont, Illinois Koch Construction. He snapped this photograph with his camera phone. The story he told me was that they were hired to roof the house by the new owners. According to him, the lady who lived there had passed away nearly three months before. They had been working on the house for two days and had seen no one there.
In 1946, Mrs. Andrews took this picture of her deceased daughter's gravestone in Queensland, Australia. Her daughter had been just 17 when she'd died the previous year. When the film was developed, Mrs. Andrews was shocked to see the image of an infant girl looking directly into her camera. There had been no children in the cemetery that day. Years later Australian paranormal researcher Tony Healy investigated and found the graves of two infant girls very near to Mrs. Andrews' daughter's grave.
This old photo, some claim has a ghost in it? It is said that there is a young girl allegedly sitting by her own grave. Could it be paranormal our just a very good case of pareidolia and the girl is just the flowers? You decide. I clearly see a face/head that is transparent and you can see the flagpole through her. Agree?