one of the spookiest photographs we have
ever seen. If you believe in ghosts, then
this is for you! Here's the story:
The consignor of this photograph is the
Manager of a self-storage facility in
Northeast Phoenix, Arizona. The non-payment
of rent rule at this particular facility is
that after five (5) months of non-payment,
the contents of your storage unit gets
inventoried and auctioned off.
The photograph you see is a shot of the
inside of Unit D-30/31, which the storage
facility Manager took over 4 years ago in
2001 just after opening the door to the unit
which had been locked up tightly for at
least 5 months.
The Manager did not notice the ghost in the
unit when she took the picture, and not
until days later did she even look at the
photograph to discover the ghost in it. In
the past 4 years the photograph has become
quite a conversation piece at the Company
offices in California and Arizona.
We've provided three scans of the
photograph. The first is a plain color scan.
The second is a grey-scale scan. The third
is an inverted scan, and you will notice
that the ghost does not appear in that scan!
the photograph, the floral fabric is the
back of a sofa. You will also see a
mattress, which the ghosts face is up
against, and boxes in the background and
behind her. In the foreground you will
notice a piece of Plexiglas which is leaning
upright at the front of the unit, and in it
you will see a reflection of a sign behind
the Manager taking the picture.
She is one mad looking little girl, and she
has a strong resemblance to Drew Barrymore.
She must not have appreciated being
disturbed after all that time!
Because it is difficult if not impossible
to double expose a Polaroid photograph,
well leave it up to you to decide if the
ghost is real. It certainly made chills run
up our spines!