Oh, you knew I couldn't pass this item up. Willie Geist highlights this story about a fellow in Kansas City who wants $15,000 (you pick it up) for this door in which you might discern either the face of Jesus or the ghost of Albert Einstein. My pick: Uncle Albert, although I have to say that the image really reminds me of one of those sixteenth or seventeenth century historical figures--maybe Philip II of Spain or Cardinal Mazarin on a bad day. eBay allows sellers to advertise objects that are purported to be "haunted." The theory: the buyer pays for the object and actually has something left if the ghost decides to wander off before the chosen delivery service drops off the package.
If you like this example of pareidolia, check out this image discussed in the Telegraph. It's supposed to be Jesus seen in a map of the planet taken from outer space.