This article will be covering the Tantallon Castle ghost photographs that were snapped 32 years apart, by different families…with the same ghost appearing in each image…
Tantallon Castle is a characteristic ruin of a castle that stands in East Lothian, Scotland. It has been a popular tourist attraction to the area for many decades now.
In 2008 a family group of tourists descended on the ruins and took as many photographs as they could fit in. When they were finished, they put the camera away and traveled home to edit the pictures on their computer.
The photographer noticed that in one of the photo’s, a strange figure was standing in one of the upper windows of the castle. On closer inspection, he realized that the figure was dressed in Tudor clothing, complete with a traditional neck ruff.
To this day, he insists that nobody else, except for his family, were in the ruin at the time the photograph was snapped.
The Second Photograph
A Mrs. Lamb from Edinburgh came across the report of the 2008 photograph by accident, and decided to release a photo she took of her late husband and two children at Tantallon Castle 32 years earlier.
This photograph once again, seems to contain the image of the specter in Tudor clothing, neck ruff and all.
Many paranormal experts believe that these two images, taken 32 years apart, contain the same paranormal entity…others are not so sure…
Skeptics believe that the families were mistaken in thinking that they were alone in the castle at the time of photographs, and the images are simply showing glimpses of passers by as they look down on the photographer.
Others believe that the so-called ghosts are nothing more than mundane castle objects, that just appear human-like in the photographs.
What do you think?
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