A photograph of Welsh mediums - and brothers - Joe and Will Thomas, taken in about 1920 by medium William Hope. The Thomas family claimed that the image superimposed over the sitters was the only photograph of their deceased grandmother in existence. Hope, however, would have used an existing photograph of a woman to create the illusion.
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A photograph of Welsh mediums - and brothers - Joe and Will Thomas, taken in about 1920 by medium William Hope. The Thomas family claimed that the image superimposed over the sitters was the only photograph of their deceased grandmother in existence. Hope, however, would have used an existing photograph of a woman to create the illusion.

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Photograph of the Welsh medium Joe Thomas, taken in about 1920 by medium William Hope. The shrouded woman’s face appearing in the photograph was not identified by Thomas, but it may indicate some form of collaboration between him and Hope.
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Photograph of the Welsh medium Joe Thomas, taken in about 1920 by medium William Hope. The shrouded woman’s face appearing in the photograph was not identified by Thomas, but it may indicate some form of collaboration between him and Hope.

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Woman with two boys and a female spirit
Photograph by medium William Hope
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Woman with two boys and a female spirit

Photograph by medium William Hope

From Collection of National Media Museum

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