October 25, 2011
The ghostly model was supposed to be the only specter in Cathryn Lahm’s Landmark Theatre photo shoot in May 2008. But Lahm claims the theater’s best-known apparition, Clarissa, was also captured in at least one of the images included in Lahm’s book, “Clarissa’s Ghostly Debut: Out of the Shadows and Into the Light.”
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“Real ghosts aren’t like the ghosts you see in cartoons,” says Mark Falso of Liverpool, chief investigator for Upstate NY Truth Hunters, as he strolls down South Salina Street conducting an ethereal tour of downtown Syracuse. No, people who have died don’t dance around in white bed sheets like Casper the Friendly Ghost. Instead, Falso maintains, they manifest in three primary forms: apparitions, shadows and mists. Sometimes, they reveal themselves in sounds.