The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
During the Victorian Era, ghost photography was as popular as it could be. Double exposures were fairly commonplace, as were faked clips. That being said, this era also surfaced some seriously strange and still-unexplained shots that are cited as proof of ghosts.
Raynham Hall, in England, is known for being heavily haunted. One of the most famous ghosts in the residence is the Brown Lady, who is regularly seen descending the stairs in search of something unknown.
In 1936, two photographers from Country Life magazine stopped by the hall and caught a glimpse of a see-through lady walking down the stairs. The took several photos, but only one contained the strange figure. Despite ample testing, no one has ever been able to debunk this footage.