Ok, so I was going through one of my mom’s books one day and I stumbled upon a loose photograph in a book that has a ghostly image of the Vrigin Mary on it. The reason I say “ghostly” is because she almost entirely transparent except for her hands. It seems to be old and developed by a film camera before digital cameras took over in 1999. She is peacefully looking downward while holding what looks like three rosarys in a garden background. On her chest there is something that looks like a heart with a cross on top of it. There is also something beneath it, but I cant tell what it is.
Later, I talked to my mother about it, and she said that she didnt know anything about it except that it was my aunt’s. So I called up my aunt and she told me that she had gotten the picture from a friend. Apparently, there was a man who had arranged his garden into a “rosary garden” with flowers. But when he took a picture of it, the Virgin Mary appeared instead. So this guy apparently made a bunch of copies through his film camera and gave one to my aunt’s friend, who in turn, gave it to my aunt, who gave it to my mom.
I was wondering if this picture could really be authentic or not. I dont think this was photoshopped becuase its an old photoograph that seems to be developed from a film camera. Then again, I really dont know anything about photography. On the back of the photograph you can find “Fujifilm” and “Picto paper” if that says anything about it.
I will scan the photograph and try to post it on here if I can. I just wanted to know your thoughts on the matter and if it could be possibly fake or not.