This ghost photo was sent by Angela Faul of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angela gave us permission to post this copyrighted photo. She said, "My name is Angela and one of the Doctors that I work with is a re-enactor of the Civil War. When he found out my interest in the paranormal he told me that he had a pic of something strange when they were setting up camp just outside of the Gettysburg battlefield. The first pic is of one of the wagons they had there. He told me that he stepped back a little and snapped the second pic. He says that he knew there was no one else near the wagon. Since he has the negative (and the apparition is on the negative) he would let me have these two pics. On the back it says Kodak Color watch System with a date of Jul 1988 CH. It looks like he used a 35mm."
Dr. Dave's Notes:
There are two possibilities for this photo. One is that it is a double image in which the film did not advance and a second photo was photographed over the first. However, if this was the case, there should be evidence of other double images, such as trees in tents not in front of the tents, but there is none. The second possibility is that this Gettysburg apparition may well exist in a parallel dimension and in that dimension, the Battle of Gettysburg may still being fought. There are many theories about these Apparitional Warriors who are captured on film from time to time. Are they simply the ghosts of soldiers long dead who have not given up the good fight? Are they a look into another dimension as it overlaps into our dimensions? No one has the answers, but we all have questions. It is my belief that we may be dealing more with dimensional shifts and overlapping of parallel dimensions than the belief of embedded energy left behind by these soldiers which I do not buy into because there is no evidence that this theory is valid. Quantum Mechanics suggest the parallel dimensions concept of time and space and to me, this photo would seem to support that viewpoint.
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