posted on Nov, 10 2009 @ 11:24 PM
The photo isn't real. It was created using CS3. It didn't take long to create. Took 10 mins to create (when you shrink down an image it doesn’t
have to have perfect cropping). What took the longest was finding an old photograph that would work as an overlay.
As to the person pointing out errors.
1. The image in its current state is heavily pixilated and a flash was used to take the picture. Also we had had a lot of rain; the shadow is
actually a puddle. You can see that it's a puddle on the picture I posted on myspace.
2. Again, the picture is heavily pixilated. The supports are not overlapping. If you can see the picture 3-d in your head, you would realize
it’s just the perspective of the camera view point creating the illusion. Look at the picture on myspace.
I have had a blog on myspace for over a year. You can see a better image of the ghost kids and you can tell its and obvious fake (said before: "When
it's shruken down, doesn't need to be perfect").
I found out a group (NORS. Northeast Oklahoma Research Society ) wants to come and investigate the William Park's Ghost Children. I laughed. There
is an article coming out tomorrow. 3rd time my picture has made the local paper www.bighearttimes.com
Funny how quickly things spread....What started on a cell phone eventually went to email. I had an old friend from Upstate NY send me the pic in an
email. I sent her the original photos after that.
Thank You to all those that believe in things without proof.
Oh and just to let you know. I am married to a paranormal investigator. He has been in the game for 13 years now. And I am a believer in "ghosts"
(for lack of a better word).