Our Most Authentic Photos
time, hundreds of photos have been taken by our guests, and at times
by the media. The photos below
are just some of the more interesting ones, and which to date have
not been able to be debunked by any professional
person of any discipline, nor photographers, from around the world.
Victorian-cum-Edwardian cap &
nightgown, taken by a journalist
attending one of our productions in Johannesburg (courtesy: Vrouekeur
far on every single tour in Parys the mourning lady dressed in black
is seen carrying her dead baby at the old museum, which
was a maternity home, and before that, a court house. But seldom
is the magistrate seen, who was killed by lightning, and so we have
shown him here, peering out of the window. He is balding and is wearing
a typical white magistrate's bib. The British soldier ghost has so far
been the only one of the three ghosts here that has not been captured
on camera, but we have patience.
One of our visual effects in Cullinan - "The Lantern Lady" of the olde railway station.
'The Lady In Black' at Erasmus Castle (Pretoria). She often
moves the curtains when we visit, and some guests have taken videos of
in Cullinan of James Mc Hardy who died in a tragic accident at age 19.
Pictured here is the most accurate ghost hunting app that we tell our
guests to download onto their cellphones. A guest placed her cell phone
on the grave, where if you zoom in, in the small middle pane of the
cell phone the EVP recorder's 'speech to text' function shows the
matching name of "James". The green bars of the EMF meter on the top
half of the phone are flaring fairly high.
Thermal photo of worker who died in post office tunnel (Johannesburg), taken
by paranormal investigators during the making of one of
our many TV programmes (courtesy: SPITSA paranormal investigation team).
Our host, unaware of a little girl ghost standing next to him (with her back to the camera),
whilst something is rushing up the stairs (Cape Town). Little
girl in Edwardian attire, with white bib, black dress, lower white
frill, with short black hair, where the eyes, nose & lips are prominent (Port Elizabeth).
Fast moving orb. As any professional photographer would know, This is not as a result of a
cigarette being moved fast, as that would require a slow shutter speed,
in which case the statue behind would be over-exposed (which it is
not), and one would also see a blurred image of the hand moving
the cigarette (however no hand blur is seen).
from a camera's flash of dust particles & mist droplets, which
people often mistake to be orbs, but they are not. Orbs glow, as in the photo
above, where no camera flash is required.
photo on the L is not a vortex, it is a reflection of a camera's flash
on the camera strap. The R photo shows a genuine vortex (Pretoria),
orbs no flash is necessary, and the vortex glows on its own. A similar
photo was taken in the cemetery in Durban at a child's grave.