Monday, January 23, 2017

The Ghost of Eva Gray

A team of paranormal investigators believes it has captured a photo of the ghost of Eva Gray climbing the back stairs of Biddeford City Theater, where she’s said to have collapsed at the end of a  performance and died backstage more than 100 years ago.

Caroline Mezoian, 51, of Saco, who founded the group with Beverly Young of Buxton, said she thought the story about Gray – that she died the day before Halloween in 1904 singing “Good-Bye Little Girl, Good-Bye” with her 3-year-old daughter in the audience – seemed contrived.

“I didn’t really believe it, to be honest,” she said.

But when she saw the figure in the footage, Mezoian said, she almost fell out of her chair.

“Once you see the photo of it, how can you deny that there’s not something?” she said.

Skeptics, however, say such images, which aren’t uncommon, are the result of issues with photo equipment or configurations of light.
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