"Everything changes when you start to emit your own frequency rather than absorbing the frequencies around you, when you start imprinting your intent on the universe rather than receiving an imprint from existence." ~Barbara Marciniak
In 1869, some people discovered that the so-called ghosts in Mumler's photos were actually living Bostonians, and Mumler was tried for fraud, according to MuseumOfHoaxes.com. Barnum -- who had earlier purchased photos from Mumler to display -- testified against him and showed a photo done by a different photographer in order to demonstrate how easy it was to fake ghost photos.
The following true tale is one of the strangest paranormal accounts on record. The boy in the story is now a successful businessman, so I cant give his full name, even though his surname was once recklessly published by a sensational tabloid magazine which mis-reported the incident in the 1990s. The weird episode related here occurred at Allentown, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1995.