Most Popular Questions (and Answers)

Author: Fiona Broome

Fiona Broome is a paranormal researcher and author. She describes herself as a "blip analyst," since she explores odd "blips" in reality. But mostly, she investigates ghosts and haunted places.

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  1. I was wondering if you would be interested in coming to the Missouri State Penitentiary and do a ghost hunt I have taken 3 tours and have got something every time and just to make sure the tour guide know the pictures I got were real I showed them to my guide right away our guide Tom was a prison guard at the prison and he has some stories to tell. I had brought two of my friends at 2 different times and both had there hair pulled. I had got a perfect picture of a ghost a lady wearing a long white dress you can even see the bow on the back like one of those old back in the day dresses. I also got a picture of a prisoner walking with his head down . Back in the day the prisoners were not aloud to look up at the guards they had to walk with their heads down. I also got a picture of a prisoner looking over my shoulder I was sitting down on a bench listening to the guide talk but I was in front of a prisoners cell. I would love your opinion on my pictures I have gone back a 4th time trying to catch the lady Tom calls the gray lady. I really need answers on these pictures I seem to attract the paranormal when I do theses tours. I can’t seem to get anyone to listen so I’m hoping you will. Thank you. Veronica Sanders

    1. I’m unable to visit Missouri at this time. It’s possible I’ll be there in the future. Thanks for asking!
      Meanwhile, I’m doing my best to finish a book about ghost photos – how to take them, what they look like, and how to analyze your own photos. I hope to complete it soon.
      One of the most important things is to take multiple pictures, one right after another, under the same conditions. Try not to move the camera/phone, even to breathe (unless you need to, of course). Take them as rapidly as possible. Then wait a few minutes (one or two minutes… not five minutes) and do the same thing: take a series of pictures.
      In analyzing them, study the pictures on a full-sized computer monitor. Look for what’s the same and what’s different. It can be helpful.
      Sincerely, Fiona

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