In what ways do steampunk artist employ Gaslight Parnormal elements in their work?

I was curious in what ways people are using this subject in their work.  I've seen that several writers use elements of this in their work (quite well, I might add).  Any artist out there?  Anyone using Photoshop to create modern Spirit Photographs as art perhaps?  I've been playing around with a story idea, and out of the research for that, I have found some interesting information on Parnormal Entertainers, and am thinking of pursuing that course.  Conducting seances, storytelling (I do love a good ghost tale), and the like, with a Steampunk twist. 

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