I took this photo of fiance in Gettysburg in May of 1998. I used a throw away camera in use at the time, one that is basically a cardboard box with 24 exposures you buy in a grocery store, then take it for the photos to be developed. You get the photos and the box is thrown away. This was in the 13 of the 24 exposures. There was no visible smoke or fog when I took it, and the white smoke came out on the negative so there was an energy there that the camera picked up on. If you look to the left, you can see the white "ecto" on the shutter and bricks above the door, along with swirling in front of her and the thick part to the right, none of which was visible.