The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England became one of the country’s most famous ghost ‘sightings’ after this image was first published in Country Life magazine in 1936. Sceptics say the photographer probably smeared grease on the lens. Photo: Wikipedia

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The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England became one of the country’s most famous ghost ‘sightings’ after this image was first published in Country Life magazine in 1936. Sceptics say the photographer probably smeared grease on the lens. Photo: Wikipedia
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