Thanks for the photo!
Looking closely at your pics, I noticed something that could be a clue on what's happened.
There's a scratch on the grass that is visible here:
This scratch is also visible in the (let's call it that way!) "ghost" photo, but it was duplicated:
This is a strong indication of a double exposure
A double exposure shoot reproduce the original scene with a more or less lapse of time.
For example, in the below shoot, the lapse of time was very short:
Note how the duplicate characters move in the same general translation way (between point 1 and point 2 in green and red).
However, the time-laps between the two shoots of the double exposure was enough long to allow the character marked in blue to move its position
between point 1 (facing to the left side of the photo) and point 2 (facing the photographer).
Now, let's imagine that the lapse of time between the two shoots in our "ghost" photo is longer.
It will give a double exposure for the brighter landscape marks (such as the scratch on the grass that obviously can't move), but not for the "ghost",
as it will let him the time to coming in (or out, depends of the sequence) the photo frame in the second shoot of the double exposure.
The result is that we have a double exposure shoot with:
1- A first "strong" shoot with the whole normal scene (including the scratch on the grass)
2- A second fainter shoot, seconds later, staggered and superimposed on the first with the "ghost" that came in the scene in the meantime.
That doesn't explain the three "ceiling" lights (unless they were off in the first shoot, but you said that there's only one bulb light, so...) and
why it's not the whole scene that is affected by this hypothetic double exposure though...
Now, to try to clear up things, here's some questions for you if you don't mind:
1- Were you alone in your room seconds before and after the shoot?
2- Do you remember having switch on (or off) any light in your room at the time the shoot was made?
edit on 11-2-2012 by elevenaugust because: spelling
Originally posted by justcurious31
I wish i knew how to do different colours myself...
edit on 08/02/2012 by justcurious31 because: (no reason given)
Well, I can assure you that there's nothing on this one!!
edit on 11-2-2012 by elevenaugust because: Adding "justcurious31" quote (and my
reply as well!)