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Brian Topp

Faceless Ghost Monk

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An amateur snapper thinks she might have captured a series of phantom photo bombings.

Laura Dickson, from Sittingbourne, has taken several photographs in which ghostly figures mysteriously appear.

The latest incident took place during an afternoon shoot at St Peter and St Paul Church in Borden on Wednesday.

To read more and look at the photo: http://www.kentonlin...-picture-13494/

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Hmm, ghostly image, where? do not know how she spotted that, I think she is taking her dress far too seriously.

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She sure seems to think she catches a lot of things, don't she?

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She sure seems to think she catches a lot of things, don't she?

yep, not bad for an amateur. snigger.gif

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I don't see a darn thing!

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I don't see a darn thing!

Ah, thats because you are not an amateur snappy who just realized she can make more money from making up stories than she can from her photos.

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First photograph I can't see anything in it at all.

Second photograph is flash photography and thus easily dismissed as dust illuminate by flash.

Third photo I can't see anything resembling the description, but it looks like a display of artefacts behind glass, and thus the blue smudginess in the right hand corner is probably something either on the glass or reflecting off the glass.

Silly article anyway when they say things like this:

Father John Lewis, vicar at the church for nine years, remained sceptical of Laura's claim to have inadvertently photographed a random wraith.

But his description of St Peter and St Paul's history added further intrigue.

He said: "The existing building dates from 1160, something like that.

"I believe the original church was founded by monks from Leeds Abbey."

Wow, that's super intriguing. An old church in England founded by monks. Amazing. Edited by JesseCuster
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I don't see any ghosts or anything in those pics. This woman is out of her mind and so is the newsman that put this article up. Maybe he had a strict deadline and no news for the day? Ugh.

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gonna take more than that for me to run out screaming

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Another case of publishing any old rubbish to fill space; the local media in the UK gave up any semblance of journalism years ago.

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Must have been a slow day for news.

On the bright side, the girl is pretty cute.

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1. Random reflection of something in the window.

2. Junk in the air or junk on the lens.

3. Clean the lens and the ghosts will stop messing up your photos.

Remember when ghost photos actually had things that looked like ghosts in them?

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