>>Taxi drivers in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, which had been devastated by the tsunami and earthquake of March 2011, began having strange encounters the summer after the devastation — and in record numbers — the summer after the tragedy.
>>One driver picked up a woman wearing a coat. She climbed in his cab near Ishinomaki Station and told him,“Please go to the Minamihama (district).” The driver asked her, “The area is almost empty. Is it OK?” Then, the woman said in a shivering voice, “Have I died?”
>>Surprised at the question, the driver looked behind him at the backseat. No one was there.
Ishinomaki resident here (no, really...I've lived here ten years). I've heard about these stories, too. Taxi drivers drive a passenger to a location in the tsunami zone and when they get there, the passenger is gone. Sometimes there is just a puddle of water on the seat.
The local university is actually collecting stories like these as part of the 3-11 history project. They'll probably publish them in book, which will be in Japanese unfortunately.
There are also stories about people hearing voices in the areas that were devastated. I haven't seen any stories about ghost photographs or videos yet.
You might also check out this article, which tells the story of a man who believes that he was possessed by the spirits of tsunami victims.
I'd like to, but it's midnight here in Japan and I have to get up to go to school in the morning. Also, it wouldn't be an interesting photo. I'm staying in Sendai now (wife's still nervous about living near the coast) and all you'd see is some houses under construction.
See? I told you. It's dark and all you'll see is buildings under construction.
And here's what our room looked like after the tsunami.