Thanks to my line of work I have the opportunity to become acquainted with many extremely interesting people and and by "get acquainted" I mean exchange occasional emails on topic of mutual interest with no need to ever meet them, talk to them, or otherwise know them. This allows me to stay home in my pajamas and watch television while they go out and live actual lives that they can then write to me about and I can sort of imagine what that might be like.
That brings me to my new friend who I don't know that we'll call Steve because that is his actual name.
Here's his story, which he sent to me back on Halloween morning and followed up with the photos just yesterday. I can't get enough of stuff like this. Tell me what you think.
Steve wrote, "I have a index file photo from a roll of film I shot several years ago showing 30+ photos in color , and then there’s one black & white picture – this came several months after my Dad passed away . The black & white picture looks like it was from the 50s , and the man in the picture looks like my Dad . I’m pretty sure this cannot happen if the picture is processed for ‘color’ .
Please find attached the photo index picture. The negative # 26A is obviously the one I’m referring to . There was no negative # 26A in the film pack when I got the photos back from the store . I’ve included a copy of the entire index , as well as a close up of the ‘ghosts’ . "