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Take a look at my Creepy Christmas Picture.

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posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 05:24 PM
Interesting photo- thanks so much for sharing it. I always have great admiration for people that share their pictures here because it is certainly hard to put yourself "out there" like that, and it's easy to feel like you are being put on the defensive. So thank you for posting your picture for others to inspect.

I'll go ahead and ask, because I am sure others will want to see. Do you have a link to the original? I'm sure people will want to see the exif data.

I can see where the picture does look like a face, it looks bearded to me, and I set of legs. I do wonder if there were actually people back there and your flash just happened to catch them just right on that one shot. Your other shot, taken within seconds, maybe just didn't quite have the same reach of light and they are hidden in the darkness. Taking picture in the dark can produce some strange results that aren't always paranormal.

It could certainly be an illusion, pareidolia as someone suggested. Maybe those are just light artifacts? (I have no idea how or why they would show up like that... but I'm no photo expert.) Since we tend to "see faces" in things, we see a face in this picture.

Do you know anything about the house these were placed in front of? Do you know the people? I'm just wondering of this happened to be captured on the lawn of a known haunted house, or maybe where a car accident happened, etc. Do you know the folks living there well enough that you could ask if it was them in the picture?

Where there any moving or flashing lights on this particular display? Do you remember?

OK... I do have to admit, when I saw the picture my first thought was that it's the face of Jesus being very disappointed in the whale theme for his birthday celebration. Haha! Kidding, of course... but, really... a yuletide whale??
I would have taken a picture of that display too.

Thanks again for sharing your photos.

edit on 17-3-2013 by VegHead because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 06:18 PM
That's pretty interesting. I'm always puzzled when I see something like this. On the one hand, it makes absolutely no sense that some guy's head and some section of legs would be out wandering about in the middle of one of these car-tour lights displays. I live next to a county park that puts up one of those each year, and there literally no reason for anyone to be wandering about (let alone the distinct possibility of getting grabbed by the cops for doing so). On the other hand, I can't ever figure out what a ghost would be doing appearing in such a photo, since ghosts are people, and people aren't completely random and incomprehensible - even after they'd walked off on their bodies. In other words, what the hell could be the draw to peeking over the "shoulder" of that whale thingy? Seriously. Ghost or alive, no person could find a reason to be in the middle of that kind of open, empty place without a car (and driving through). Not to show up in a photo or for any other reason, and yet, there is something in that photo that suggests a man's face (at the very least).

I do a lot of research into the human race as it exists on both sides of the veil, and these kinds of nonsense indications (they make no sense, even if they are authentic) are the only things that cause me any trouble with what seems to be pretty clear and obvious about the human being as it makes its way through this material phase and then transitions to that eternal realm when it's done here. It's almost as if - every now and then - we catch small weird glimpses into aspects of our own ultimate future that simply make no sense at all, and, of course, that bothers me.

posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 03:00 PM
reply to post by delionqueen1

This the festival of lights in Charleston South Carolina! I live in Goose Creek SC and go to this event every year. There are no people walking around at all.
This picture is creepy! Good one OP!
Btw, where in the Charleston area are you?

posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 04:10 PM
Average head to body ratio is around 1:7 to 1:8. If this were an actual "face", the size of the figure would be roughly 5' 6" to 6', using the size of the display as reference. That lends it some validity. Still, I'm leaning towards illusory face perception, or pareidolia if you want to be fancy. Little anomalies do often show up in pictures, especially ones taken at night. The fact that this one looks exactly like a human face is incredibly interesting, nonetheless.

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