In 1955, this ominous photograph featured in a Times article along with the headline These Little Piggies Went to Weehawken. The passengers were actually protesting cuts made to the train line from Weehawken, New Jersey to Albany. The passengers rode the train chanting “A hog can ride the west shore, why can’t you?” over and over again.
The Spectre of Newby Church (or the “Newby Monk”) is the name given to an artifact found on a photograph taken in the Church of Christ the Consoler, on the grounds of Newby Hall in North Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
The image was taken in 1963 by the Reverend K. F. Lord. As the artifact appears to resemble a human, much speculation has been had regarding what type of person might be in the image.
Most speculation has concluded that it resembles a 16th-century monk, with a white shroud over his face, possibly to mask leprosy or another disfigurement. In relation to the nearest furniture, any figure would measure at 9 feet tall