I think you'll find this quite interesting. You can find it on the "Findagrave site for (Sumner Drew) in Orono,Maine-in Penobscot County." It'll take a minute to go through the search on the site, but it'll be worth the time.
We have taken over 950 cemetery photos for geneology research purposes. While we were taking photos, I was joking with my wife about not finding any orbs in at least one of the photos. There it was clear as day, the image appears to the right of the headstone. A few people have said they see a few images to the left of the headstone also, but they aren't as clear. We have looked for a photo of Sumner to see if this is him, but we haven't been able to find one.We'll continue searching to see if we can match him to a photo and find out who this is.
An earlier cemetery located here in town, down on Water street was relocated to this old part of the cemetery. The railroad bought the rights to put tracks right through the area, so between the seasonal floods and the construction going on in this area some of the stones were lost and unmarked graves were left behind and some were even filled over. Some of the older residents in town say some were washed away before the railroad came to town, they would retrieve the ones they could and buried in unmarked graves into the new cemetery. My father's uncle used to do the work, so the stories have been passed down on the generations. Its also talked about in the history of Orono. Progress was coming through town one way or another and I often wonder how many other towns were affected this way. Neighborhoods were already in place around the cememtary so that didn't leave them many options, but still its seems pretty invasive once your supposed to be laid to rest. The town did finally approve of the construction after a lot of opposition over the proposal and the railroad covering the cost of relocating the graves. This photo may just be one of the folks that were upset about being moved or might even be from a lost grave. Its hard to explain the unexplainable sometimes.