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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Tulip Staircase

This famous image is known as the Tulip Staircase. This photograph was taken in 1966 by Reverend Hardy and his wife during a visit to the Queen's House in Greenwich, England. The stairs were blocked off from tourists and not in use by staff at the time. The figure was not seen by the couple when the photograph was taken. To the couples amazement, an image of a hooded figure showed up on the film once it was processed.

It has been said that Kodak, along with other film experts, have thoroughly examined the film and concluded that it is genuine.

Strange sounds and ghostly figures have been encountered here over the years. Perhaps this spooky looking apparition is responsible for the paranormal activity there.

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