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He Took A Picture While Exploring An Old Mansion…This Is What Was Developed

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at 2016.05.04
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In the town of Greencastle, Indiana, there is a paranormal mystery and local legend that has been known for years. It is the mystery of the Pink Lady of Greencastle.

Not far from the county line is the old, southern-style O”Hare Mansion. The mansion was built in the 1800s and has long been abandoned. Legend has it that the spirit of one former resident, Irene O”Hare, continues to haunt the grounds long after her death.

No one is quite sure when the legend of the Pink Lady began, but one evening in the early 1990s, photographer Guy Winters and a friend set out to investigate.

No one is quite sure when the legend of the Pink Lady began, but one evening in the early 1990s, photographer Guy Winters and a friend set out to investigate.

They first secured permission from the owner to explore the old mansion. After some fairly spooky encounters inside, the pair decided to leave. As they were walking away, Winters snapped a few pictures of the mansion exterior. When they returned home, they went through the pictures and saw this…

The Pink Lady herself, clear as day, appears to be watching them from the window.

The Pink Lady herself, clear as day, appears to be watching them from the window.

Winters, being a photographer, examined the film from every possible angle and concluded that it wasn”t just a trick of the lighting.

Winters, being a photographer, examined the film from every possible angle and concluded that it wasn

He managed to capture the apparition on film watching him. Winters decided to release the photo to the public, setting off a wild debate.

(via: Mostly Ghosts, Ghost Hauntings)

Unfortunately, no one has been able to replicate Winters” feat of photography. Not long after this photo was taken, the O”Hare Mansion was torn down by the owner, despite the wishes of paranormal investigators. We may never know the full story behind the legend of the Pink Lady of Greencastle.

But this photographic evidence is hard to ignore.

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