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Ghost on Tulip Staircase, Greenwich, England
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Photo taken by Rev. Ralph Hardy in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, England in 1966.

Rev. Hardy was photographing the beautiful Tulip Staircase and accidently caught what appears as a classic ghost type apparition. The figure was not seen when the photo was being taken, but appeared on film when processed. Allegedly Kodak and other film experts have examined the film and photograph and claim it has not been tampered with.

So why did this apprition appear in the photo?

The Maritime Museum is the site of many reports of paranormal activity. It has both spooked and completely scared the Museum workers and visitors more than once or twice in both broad daylight and in the twilight hours.
Perhaps this figure is one of the causes of all the strange noises and figures seen on the staircase on occasion!

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We also offer the photos up hopefully as some proof that there are some things that are completely unexplainable.

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