Thanks to Haunted Salem for the following historically haunting info.
I found this very interesting and wanted to share.
What's interesting is the number of orbs that appear in this photo. Orbs are the most simple form (a rounded ball of light with a design in them) that a ghost can take. You can distinguish orbs from reflections, dust and pollens because those don't have designs in them, where orbs do.
Haunted Salem said:
The Hoosac Tunnel, a railroad tunnel beneath the Berkshire Mountains in
Western Massachusetts, is said to be one of the most haunted places in
New England. It was an engineering marvel of its age, completed in 1875,
and nearly five miles in length. Yet, it would cost 195 lives in
various fires, explosions, and tunnel collapses, hence earning its name
among the crew at the Bloody Pit. It has been the scene ever since of
hauntings … and even murder.
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