This rather poor quality photo seems to show a ghostly figure in a window (part of a much larger story of demonic possession) Obviously it could just be faked, and indeed there's an Android app for that. Ghost Camera, (Photo by Larry DP on Facebook, via Doubtful News) I'm not sure if it's using this app though, as the image in Larry's photo is actually different. And if you compare the suspect image (in the middle, below) to the fake images, you'll notice it looks a lot less human than at first glance. More like ET. This could just be some distortion from the compression. Or it might even be a totally different method of faking. Here's the actual image from the Ghost Camera app: (Via https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...179369.-2207520000.1391004375.&type=3&theater ) In more detailed comparison: This is the closest I could get it in photoshop by scaling and blending the image: Pretty close, but hard to say for sure it's the same image. But the image is attributed to the police. Would the police fake a photo? It's possibly, however I think a more likely explanation is just your normal pareidolia. I'm think it's also very possible that the "ghost" is just a reflection of the tree - or rather of the brick wall opposite the house though the gaps in the tree While this rather mundane explanation does not, of course, debunk the broader claims of those involved, it does raise some questions about just how easily fooled they are. Faked image, or accidental image? The point is that there are very sensible explanations available for this image, and just because we don't know 100% which it is, we don't need to jump to "ghosts!"