Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles At first I thought it was a camera problem. Then I saw her again. Welcome to watch Mojo. And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10. Creepiest ghosts caught on camera. Could this be the face of a famous ghost caught on camera? Yeah, Yeah, she came back to pick up her print. And lo and behold, there was Abraham Lincoln standing behind her. He's got his hands on her shoulders. For this list, we'll be looking at mysterious figures that some believe to be ghosts. Whether you believe these are the real deal or not, this imagery will give you the chills. Do you believe in ghosts? Let us know in the comments. Number 10. The Works of William Hope William Hope was one of the first individuals to specialize in spirit photography. Putting together a portfolio of otherworldly images he even served is the founder and leader of the Crew Circle Spiritualist group. Some of Hope spirit photos were proven to be fake, and many believed that he was a fraud in general. Even so, hope would give us some of the most iconic photos in all of ghost hunting. In a photo of Charles Tweed, Dale and his wife. The spirit of her late father can allegedly be seen in the background. A similar photos supposedly reunited Mr and Mrs Gibson with their late son. Arguably the most famous photo hope took was of Mrs Hortense Levinson as her departed husband loomed over her number nine terrifying terrier. Losing a cherished pet is never easy, although it wasn't just the owners who had to bid farewell to this terrier. The bigger dog in this other photo, which was taken a few weeks after the loss, was the Terriers playmate. The Terriers death took a noticeable toll on the Big Dog, but the pooches little friend might have been closer than anyone thought. If you look closely at the photo, you can spot what looks like the terrier levitating over the big dog. Was this a photography trick? A similar looking dog? Or was the terrier not ready to go to the big fire hydrant in the sky? In any case, the story was fascinating enough to make it into a 1939 issue of Life magazine. Number eight Geneva King. Do they miss me in Chicago? Yes, a T least a dozen people send their love. How gorgeous. They're absolutely in mourning. No amount of fire or freshness can challenge what a man will store up in his ghostly heart. That's one of Daisy Buchanan's most memorable quotes in F. Scott Fitzgerald Magnum opus The Great Gatsby. It's widely believed that Daisy was inspired by socialite Geneva King, who was briefly involved with Fitzgerald during their youth. King passed away in 1980. But could the green light still be burning at the end of the dock? This photo, taken by Christie Ranieri in 2018 seems to suggest so. Ranieri was outside King's old summer home in Lake Forest, Illinois, when she captured this eerie image. Ranieri believes that the strange face in the photo is King's ghost, noting Ah, haunting resemblance to the late Harris. See, you were there all along. Every idea. I'll be decision, of course, If anything is not your liking, I'll change it. Number seven. The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall three. Only thing more chilling than this photo is its back story. The ghostly figure is supposedly Lady Dorothy Walpole, the sister of Prime Minister Robert Walpole and the second wife of Charles Townsend, as legend has it. Townsend learned that Dorothy had an affair with nobleman Thomas Warton prior to their marriage. Holding a fake funeral for her, Townsend locked Dorothy up at Raynham Hall, where she remained until her passing in 17 26. While much of that story is based on rumors, this photography is all the proof some spiritualists need. Taken by Captain Hubert See Province in 1936. The photos supposedly shows Dorothy's ghost wandering down the stairs of Raynham Hall. She was apparently wearing a brown dress, hence the nickname The Brown Lady. Number six Specter of Newbie Church. In 1963 Reverend Kenneth F. Lord snapped this photo inside the Newby Hall Church of Christ the Consoler. The church is beautiful. Architecture is largely outshined by a dark figure hanging out in the corner wearing what appears to be a hooded robe in a white shroud. The ghostly figure came to be known as the newbie monk, as well as the specter of Newbie church, where some people believe this to be a 9 ft tall 16th century monk. Others claim that it's merely a costumed accomplice standing on a box. It's also been theorized that the figure is a product of double exposure, which is when multiple images air placed over each other to create a single image, although a few photography experts would beg to differ. Number five Ellen Hamel We've all heard the stranger in the back seat urban legend, and the spine chilling photo on Lee gives you more reason to keep a nigh on the rear view mirror. In 1959 Mabel Chenery took a photo of her husband in the driver's seat of their car. Cherries. Mother Ellen Hamel could supposedly be seen in the back seat. The thing is, Mrs Hamel had died a week earlier, and the photo was taken shortly after visiting her grave. What's mortuaries? Mother like to sit in the exact spot whenever Mr Chenery drove her around again. Double exposure might be the obvious explanation for this alleged hitchhiking ghost. However, at least one photo expert believed it was genuine. According to Parade magazine, which published the story Number four Freddie Jackson. At first glance, this photo of a Royal Air Force squadron might not seem like anything out of the ordinary. It stands out for two reasons, though First it was taken by Sir Victor Goddard, who fought in both World Wars. Second, you can allegedly see the ghost of air mechanic Freddie Jackson in the background. Two days before the photo was taken in 1919 Jackson tragically died in an airplane propeller accident. Those who knew Freddy couldn't help but notice his resemblance to the grossly face in the photo. Some like to think that Jackson was unaware of his passing and thus joined in the group pick. The photo was later published in 1975 and the exact nature behind it continues to baffle number three Lord Come Vermeer. In 18 91 the second Viscount Come Vermeer was laid to rest. If this photo is any indication, however, Lord Cumber Mere might have been absent from his own funeral. Shortly before the funeral, Lord come, Vermeer's sister in law, Civil Korb, arranged a camera at the Abbey Library and took an hour long exposure. Come Vermeer. Abby was four miles away from ST Margarets Church, where the funeral was being held. When the photo was developed, an apparition resembling Lord come Vermeer was found sitting in his favorite chair. The most logical explanation is that one of the staff members stayed behind and sat in the chair, although they were all apparently at the funeral. Perhaps Lord come, Vermeer was taking a brief rest before moving on to the Great beyond. Number two. The Amityville Ghost Ronald DeFeo Jr was infamously responsible for the deaths of six family members in 1974 13 months after the murders took place. The DeFeo house was purchased by the Lutz family, who left after 28 days due to alleged paranormal activity. Give us peace to this house will save us from all illness. Grant this through Jesus Christ, our Lord. This would all provide the basis for the Amityville horror books and films. But is the house truly haunted? Who better to find out than Ed and Lorraine Warren? Two names you'll recognize from the conjuring movies investigating the house. A few weeks after the looks family departed, the Warrens walked away with a photo of a bright eyed little boy. There were apparently no Children in the house, leading some to believe that this was the ghost of nine year old John Matthew DeFeo, Ronald's brother. Before we unveil our most ghostly number one pick, here are a few honorable mentions. Theory. Journal Photo Bomber Ghost on the Tulips Staircase Come play with us at the Stanley Hotel. Jason Griffiths, Grandfather Two months after he passed man in black except in church before we continue, be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one. Abraham Lincoln. Before there was William Hope, there was William H. Mum Blur, widely considered the first Spirit photographer. Although many believed Muller to be a fraud, this photo would forever engraved his name in the paranormal history books. She came back to pick up her print, and lo and behold, there was Abraham Lincoln standing behind her. He's got his hands on her shoulders. Bumblers subject is Mary Todd Lincoln, and the ghostly figure putting his hand on her shoulders is allegedly President Abraham Lincoln, who was of course assassinated in 18 65. It's been said that this photo was taken in 18 69 and Muller didn't know until after it developed that Mrs Lincoln had been in his presence. Another account claims that muffler took it in the 18 seventies, and Mrs Lincoln approached him under a pseudonym. As for the photos legitimacy, maybe it's fake, but Onley honest Abe himself would know for sure. Do you agree with our picks? Check out this other recent clip from Watch Mojo and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos.