These photos were taken on an South Jersey Ghost Research investigation on 3/26/08 by Dave Juliano on 2nd floor of the Burlington County Prison Museum pointing toward the stair way to the right of the death row cell. Camera used was a FE100 Olympus digital camera mounted to a Yukon Night Vision Scope Multi-Task 2X24 YK24021 with the infrared illuminator on. This scope and camera were on stationary tripod. So far we have found no natural reason for these photos. They are currently being reviewed by military nightvision experts. Two weeks later on an investigation of a private business, another full body apparition photo was obtained using the same camera rig.
During SJGR’s nine year history of investigating the Burlington County Prison Museum, there have been numerous sightings of a male apparition on the stair case in the same area where these photos were obtained. South Jersey Ghost Research was first asked to investigate the museum during its renovation in 1999 because workers were reporting objects moving and relocating to other floors and hearing voices. (video history of investigations)
On January 15th 2010 South Jersey Ghost Research investigated the Burlington Library Company for the 4th time along with Fairless Hills Paranormal. We obtained some very interesting evidence just from an initial review of the data we collected. These photos, taken at random in an area where investigators were getting odd feelings, SJGR Investigator Dave Juliano captures a strange anomaly moving quickly in front of the camera. He took these three photos in about 1.5 seconds with the photo burst setting (3 photos each time the button is pushed) with the new Deep Infrared camera. It filters out all other light spectrums except for deep IR light. This anomaly is moving very fast and cannot be a person because of its transparency and speed. The entire photo is in focus except for the anomaly so it’s not a motion blur.
This is photo taken in an empty hallway on an investigation just a couple of weeks after the investigation at the Prison Museum.