The portrait of a lady can be seen overshadowing Prof. Geley (left).
She was identified as an associate of Stanley De Brath and his wife
for seventeen years, who had been deceased for six years at the time
the photograph was taken.
his book Psychical Research, Science and Religion, Stanely De
Brath says, "This photograph did not reproduce any existing
photograph but was instantly recognised by five persons who had known
her well, including her own brother, a non-spiritualist and
sceptically disposed". (Pg. 41)
De Brath also says, "I
certify that this photograph was taken at Crewe by Mr Hope (medium),
Nov 1919, on plates bought in London same day, opened by me and
signed, not lost sight of during the whole process. Recognised by the
lady's brother (non-spiritualist) and by three intimate friends. She
"died" Aug, 1913. There is no similar portrait extant. S. De