Photographer Unknown, Mother visiting Daughters Grave? Victorian Spirit Photography, c. 1890

'Mother Visiting Daughter's Grave' , Victorian ‘Spirit’ Photograph, Unknown Photographer , ca.

"Balzac" spirit photography, 1873-75, by Édouard Isidore Buguet (French, 1840-1901). Buguet was arrested in 1875 for faking his ghost photographs and he served a year in prison.

Cemeteries Ghosts Graveyards Spirits: Spirit photography: "Balzac," by Edward Isidore Buget,

Vintage Spirit Photography a hoax using double negative photography....otherwise, it would be very creepy!

Vintage Spirit Photography a hoax using double negative photography.otherwise, it would be very creepy!

Albert von Schrenck-Notzing, "The medium Stanislawa P: emission and resorption of an ectoplasmic substance through the mouth", 23 June 1913, Gelatin silver print

Photo of a Spirit Medium with Ectoplasm . Albert von Schrenck-Notzing, “The medium Stanislawa P: emission and resorption of an ectoplasmic substance through the mouth”, 23 June 1913

He looks as annoyed as I'd be. ca. 1880, [tintype portrait of a gentleman with a spectral apparition] via the Northern Light Gallery, Andrew Daneman Collection of American Tintypes

1880 - Victorians loved the paranormal, and the new-found technology of photography made it a hoax-photo wonderland!

Victorian Spirit Photography | Haunted Western New York- Spirit Photography | Horrific Knits #spiritualist #spiritualism

Haunted Western New York- Spirit Photography

Photoshop changed the photo manipulation game!

A Short History of Photo Manipulation (Before Photoshop)

Spirit photographer William Mumler produced this photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln with Abraham Lincoln superimposed in the background

spirit photography by vvitch, via Flickr

"Mrs Collins and her husband's father, recognised by several", circa From "Do You Believe?" Spirit Photographs from the American Museum of Photography

The Infamous Brothers Davenport                                                                                                                                                                                 More

shoot for Vox Motus / Lyceum Theatre production of 'THE INFAMOUS BROTHERS DAVENPORT and their Spectacular Stage Seance.' shot in a wonderfully creepy Masonic lodge with hurricane bawbag howling all around us Laurence Winram Photography

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