Ghost In Police Photograph?

Okay here is an odd one I have seen floating around the net this week? Now that you are resting up and drinking the evening coffee and watching the last football game of the day… I figured it was the right time to spring this one on all of you… Many on the net are claiming that this is an image of a ghost captured in a police photograph during a deadly crash… Sadly I don’t see it/ Wat I see is a lot of evidence of motion blur and double exposure… Still I am leaving it all up to you… What do you see?

This image comes with no credit that I can find and also no real story that what I mentioned above which also leaves me with much doubt. If you know please share…. Thanks – Will

Credit: Big Picture Agency Inc.

UPDATE FROM COAST TO COAST AM

NOTE: As you can see from the full image above and from the information below… My theory has been discredited… This is before the age of photoshop… Although my motion blur idea is still valid…

The following is from the Coast To Coast AM link from Paranomics

If you ever needed proof that there is life after death you may find it on Destination America’s new paranormal television show, CaseFiles Unknown. Created and directed by Barry Conrad with story editor Victoria Gross, CaseFiles Unknown promises to deliver something that few paranormal shows have been able to deliver – proof. Conrad and Gross are seasoned television producers and are considered experts in the paranormal field. They have sourced extraordinary cases, and real footage from real people…

The show that premiered last week with an incredible segment entitled “The Ghost That Screamed”, an incredible story of a teenager who was killed in a car crash in 1984. This was long before digital photography and photoshop. The police officers arrived at the scene within minutes of the crash and took photos with their professional 35mm cameras. What developed in these photos shocked everyone and those who have seen the photos say that this is the proof everyone has been waiting for of life after death. To this day, the police officer who took the photos is still shaken by the images in the photos.

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