"In the mid 19th century, two powerful forces--the march of technology and the gaining momentum of the Spiritualist movement--led to a strange alliance of photography and the supernatural and the birth of 'spirit photography'.
From the 1860s carte-de-visites of William Mumler to the present day, photography has been used to both prove and debunk the existence of ghosts and spirits. Jack and Beverly Wilgus, a collecting team for 30 years and the creative force behind the Bright Byte Studio, have a remarkable collection of spirit photography. In the following interview, they discuss their collection and this mysterious aspect of ephemera...."
Via: Professor Hex.