Friday, February 19, 2010

Ghosts Exist!

Ghosts exist. I have actually photographed them! Anyone can! It's easy, if you know what to do.

(1) Use a digital camera with a flash.

(2) Take the picture in the dark.

(3) Take the picture at a place where one would think that ghosts are normally found.

(4) Say a prayer to God to make the ghost pose for the picture -- no joke.

(5) Take the picture when you, personally, are tired; tiredness attracts ghosts.

(6) Don't talk to the ghost.

Above is one shot I took. I took it about 10:30 p.m., about a year-and-a-half ago, in Magnolia Methodist Church graveyard.

The ghost you see here is of the orb variety. It is doing something astonishing: Assuming about 10 different positions during one flash, a few thousandths of a second long. You can tell that they are all the same orb, because of that telltale tab on them.

The white thing to the right is the gravestone the orb is coming around.


  1. the moment you said flash in this dark environment, then the whole thing is suspect, that could be anything. Whats that giant bleached out white blob thing taking up the right side of the picture frame?

  2. I like how there are instructions so we can try it at home :-) I agree with Tom here though. Taking flash photos with a digital camera in the dark, it's really easy to pick up dust, moisture, and other particles and end up with orbs in your picture (depends on the quality of camera too). You'd probably get the same result if you tried this without asking a ghost to appear, and if you tried it in places other than a graveyard.

    Hey, I really like the blog though--my dad just sent me the link. I'll have to check back from time to time to see how it goes.


  3. Okay, you nasty, uninteresting, dried-up skeptics! Soon I'll post my photo of an orb MANUFACTURING an ectoplasmic ghost illusion! No joke! Stay tuned!