Photo evidence of "ghosts" is always tricky to debate. How can you argue if something is legitimate or not when the original post claims it's completely legit? This type of debate happens a lot in the paranormal community, but especially on Reddit.
Reddit user Clovenedhoof posted a photo that he cannot explain. The photo was shocking enough to get a lot of traction in the thread. The user posted a lot of other photos that allegedly prove the authenticity of the original ghost photo.
The user writes, "I am working for a client getting a warehouse set up for them to their specs, today the client requested photos of the workspace, so I snapped a few photos, then I took a panorama to give the full picture. In the photos and panorama, you can see workers to the left, they are doing some construction, and in the door frame are more workers in the distance. The figure to the left of the door, was not present when the photo was taken. There was no one working dressed like that, most of the workers, as you can see are wearing khakis and even safety gear. I have no idea how to explain this. I intentionally did not want anyone in the photos to give the best quality of the images for my client."
The panorama shows a completely different image than the other two. There's obviously a pale man in the middle of the photo holding a large paint can. The original post says that the photos were taken within 10 seconds of each other, and that he did not remember capturing anyone in frame.
A lot of people were saying that it was tricky to say if it were real or not. Panoramas create matrixing, and it's possible that someone got caught in the photo. That doesn't explain how the body looks so clear and pale, though.
What do you think?