I was in a treatment center in the early eighties, 1982 to be exact. I was taking photo's of people that I was getting to know. I was using the Polaroid camera, and was taking one of my two roommates that I shared a room with. After developing I noticed that picture was a double exposure and forgot about it.
Yeas later I was looking through the old photos and looked at that one again. That is when I notice something very odd about it. It was not a double exposure of the man sitting on the bed. It was a different man who looked a lot like him. They both were wearing robes. Both had dark hair and the other guy across the room was by him self. Then I looked back at the ghost guy and saw the differences.
The ghost had his legs crossed, the real one did not. The ghost had no name tags on, the real one did. The ghost had his arm bent with a book and the real on had his straight with no book. The ghost had his head looking straight on and the real man was looking to an angle. These were two separate people. But there was on one else there.
I sent this in to experts and they claim it is real. And that Polaroid cannot make double exposures. I am thinking the room was just another hospital room at the time and he may have died in that room. He looked eerily like the real guy sitting there, but if you look at the photo, you too will see the differences. I lost that photo in recent years during a move to my house now.
Then recently it brought its' self back to me. I still have the only photo I know that I posses of what I believe to be a real ghost