This photo is a fossilized head of a man discovered near Gothenburg, Sweden. It clearly appears to be the head of a man, with very recognizable features immortalized in stone, or in this case flint. This presents a huge problem for current evolutionary and geological theories since flint (or any rock for that matter) was supposedly formed tens of millions of years before humans evolved. According to current geological theories flint stones were developing during the Cretaceous period 65-140 mill
The Greenbrier Ghost is the name popularly given to the alleged ghost of a young woman in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, United States, who was murdered in 1897. The events surrounding the haunting have led to it becoming a very late instance in American legal history in which the so-called "testimony of a ghost" was accepted at a murder trial.
13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey by Kathryn Tucker Windham. "William Faulkner, who was known to spin particularly scary fireside stories, described the Deep South in Absalom, Absalom! as “dead since 1865 and peopled with garrulous outraged baffled ghosts.” No one knew that better than Kathryn Tucker Windham, an Alabama folklorist who spent much of her life collecting and patiently preserving Southern superstitions, recipes, and, most of all, ghost stories."
In 1968, the brother of Robert A. Ferguson appeared beside him during a speech at a Spiritualist convention. "Walter" was killed during World War II. What is fascinating about this photograph is that it is a Polaroid and incapable of being a double-exposure. And if it were a double-exposure, the difference in contrast would not be evident.