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Email us your paranormal photos!
We receive lots of interesting emails from people curious about unexplained photos they've taken.
Some of them are shown below, with our comments.
You will see from the comments
that while we offer natural explanations for many of the photos, we never claim 100% certainty. There remains the
possibility of a paranormal cause, particularly when the photo was taken in response to other indicators of paranormal activity.
It has to be said that many of these photos are fascinating, extraordinary and beautiful in their own right, regardless of whether they
depict anything paranormal or not. The photos seem to transcend the rather mundane natural explanations we have offered. Their interpretation is wholly up to you!
Your privacy and ownership of the submitted photographs is paramount. We don't automatically treat your
submitted photos as public property. The owners of the images shown below gave permission
for them to be used on this website, but otherwise the photos are copyright.
Please email us now with photographs you would like an opinion on. Alternatively, a link to the photo or video on Flickr, YouTube or similar sites is fine.
Below are some examples of photos we have received for comment. (Click on photos for enlargements and notes.)
Two members of Strange Occurrences are professional photographers and we have other skilled photographers in the team, so still photographs are something of a speciality of ours.
Of course, that doesn't mean that we know everything or have all the answers. We consult both within our group and outside it to try to arrive at an objective opinion, and we are open
to comments on our findings.
If you have any thoughts on these photographs, or you have your own photographs to sumbmit for our opinion,
please get in touch by emailing to:
firstname.lastname@example.org - James Gilberd.
We are very interested in hearing from you.
Also see the essays on this site:
Photography and the Paranormal and Orbs for more information on photographic anomalies, techniques, equipment and pitfalls.