My mother visited the Myrtles Plantation near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It has been given the name "America's Most Haunted House." Anyhow, a mirror in the house has to be replaced every 10 years because of unexplainable smudges that appear within the mirror. On the tour of the house, everyone photographed the mirror. My mom got that picture back... nothing unusual in it. However, my mother had this feeling that she should go back and rephotograph the mirror. She escaped from the group for a second and, alone, snapped another picture of the mirror. You can see that most of mirror is covered with the flash from the camera. However, if you look above and to the right of the flash, within the brown and blue reflections of the flash that is reflected back to the lens, you can see several faces. There is a face of a black woman within the blue circle, and to her right is another face that is partially blocked by something. We also think we can see a black and white image of a man in the upper right part of the picture below the banister, and he's wearing a hat. What's odd is that a slave poisoned the slave owner's wife and two children, and she, along with another black woman are thought to haunt the grounds, along with the owner and the children.