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The famous
The famous "photograph of the Loch Ness Monster", taken by London surgeon R. K. Wilson on 19 April 1934. While this photograph was claimed to be a hoax in 1994, some people still dispute those claims.



Frances Griffiths with fairies, photographed by Elsie Wright at Cottingley Glen, West Yorkshire, July 1917.
Frances Griffiths with alleged fairies, photographed by Elsie Wright at Cottingley Glen, West Yorkshire, July 1917.



Vision of the Virgin Mary, on roof of Coptic Orthodox Church of St. Mary, Zeitoun, Egypt, 1968.
Alleged vision of the Virgin Mary, on roof of Coptic Orthodox Church of St. Mary, Zeitoun, Egypt, 1968.



Cydonia, Mars - 1976
The Cydonian region of Mars as photographed by the Viking in 1976. NASA asserts the face-like rock structure is an illusion caused by light and shadow. Some people believe the face is an artificially created structure that provides evidence that life once existed or still does exist on Mars. For more Mars pictures, click here or here.



Most likely a spider monkey photographed by Francis de Loys, 1917-1920, in Venezuela/Columbia area of South America.
A supposed undiscovered ape photographed by Francis de Loys, 1917-1920, on the border of Venezuela and Columbia in South America. Most likely a spider monkey, click here for more.



Ghost in Raynham Hall, known as the Brown Lady, photographed in Norfolk, England in 1936.
Ghost in Raynham Hall, known as the Brown Lady, photographed in Norfolk, England in 1936.



Medium Eva C., photographed 8 May 1912 by flashlight during production of face from ectoplasm.
Medium Eva C., photographed 8 May 1912 by flashlight during production of face from ectoplasm.



See More Images:

Is this John Lennons's ghostly face on a fence pool in Liverpool, England?

Check out these orb-infested photos taken at a haunted covered bridge in Vermont.

Here's our Expedition Scrapbook from the 1998 search for a lake serpent in Norway.



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