posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 08:10 AM
Does anyone think the clump of hair on the little girls heads covering the side of the "apparition" seems out of place?
I mean I have a daughter, and she had her hair that length, around that age (btw, around that age, she resembled all of our familily, both sides,
aunts uncles cousins ect.) So the freakish resemblance aspect, does zero for me.
Anyhow, I've seen my daughter with "bedhair", "bedhead", whatever, but this is a bit much. Look at the other side, perfectly round, till you het
to the upper left of the picture, theres this huge clump of what looks to me "artificially, or PS inserted hair".
Also, the Grandmother...., in the old photo, she had Curly hair, no bangs at all, and wore glasses. In the supposed ghost image you can see a piece of
the "apparitions" bangs, theyre straight, and way too blond for a woman, or ghost of that age. and no glasses, perhaps, being dead helps your
eyesite? But if no need for glasses, why the need for clothing?
Also in the picture of the grandmother when she was alive, look how old she is. Look how long her nose is. Definitely not the same woman in the
"ghost" photo. Possibly her younger sister still living.
Also the fact that she's looking at the camera and not the child clinches it for me.
It's a picture of a reletaive, behind the child, thats all.
The nonsense with the childs hair....I dunno maybe just to cover the relatives face more to make it seem more "ghostly?
BTW, I'm on the fence whether I beilive in spirits, but they would not appear as actual people, they'd be blurry, or a shodow, or light. I've seen
my share of shadows, and things out of the corner of my eye ect. But could just be triedness, or flashbacks :p or what have you.
As far as the "space man" picture. That has been debunked I believe. It was shown to be a dark skinned man wearing a "golfing type cap" (dunno the
name for it), with his back toward the camera. Not a spaceman facing the camera. Look at the right arm, and the muscles , and the wat it's bent,
it's obviously someone it a tight white #, standing with their back to the picture. Also another case of attention seeling by the photographer, by
saying, "I swear there was no one around when I took the photo."
Well he could be lying, or you'd be suprised how people can come and go without you noticing, especially when your taking photos of your beautiful
pride and joy, you tend to focus on the subject, and get tunnel vision, as they say.
[edit on 31-7-2009 by Nola213]