posted on Dec, 2 2010 @ 02:33 PM
This is a very cool picture, but as with all possibly paranormal photographs, you have to ask yourself this...
Is it more likely that the photograph is due to unique lighting and shadows resembling a human face, a doctored--and thus hoaxed--photograph, or that
of a ghost of a deceased person haunting this creepy boiler room.
I've seen plenty of examples of matrixing and hoaxes. In fact, they are really, really common. Photographs of paranormal activity, including
legitimate apparitions are exceedingly rare if they exist at all.
So, given that, I have to say it's a trick of lighting or hoaxed. Saying the photograph is that of paranormal activity is jumping to a conclusion
that I don't feel is justified. Then, saying this photograph is that of a ghost--as with anything and everything with ghosts--is a simple leap of
To be honest, I sincerely believe this is a photograph of Fred Flintstone who slipped through a dimensional time warp from two-dimensional land and
accidentally got stuck in this location. Unfortunately, only his head made it through, but that's not really problematic because he is a cartoon
No, seriously, there just as much evidence to support my "Fred Flintstone" conclusion as there is of it being a ghost.
One thing is undeniable, it's an incredibly cool and creepy photograph. If several EVPs--or evidence of other paranormal activity--was occurring
simultaneously and any effort was made to replicate/debunk the face, I might be more convinced that it's paranormal
Bobby Elgee; Sights Unseen Paranormal