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  Haunted RailRoad Tracks, San Antonio Tx

Haunted RailRoad Tracks, San Antonio Tx
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Uploader comment: BThis picture was taken of my cousin at the San Antonio, Texas "haunted" railroad tracks. We took many pictures and almost all the pictures had these weird orbs in them. We cleaned the lenses and the orbs were still there. All the pictures before we got there and after we left the area were just fine. /b

   

 
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Comment icon #5 Posted by The Photography Kid on 5 November, 2010, 16:05
A VERY DUSTY AREA, AND THE DUST IS IN THE AIR, NOT ON THE LENS
Comment icon #4 Posted by dragonsbreath on 18 December, 2010, 4:16
very spooky
Comment icon #3 Posted by notalis on 23 December, 2010, 18:10
OMG I love the ghost tracks! When I get back to SA I'm taking my kids. Did you dust your bumper for the little handprints?
Comment icon #2 Posted by notalis on 23 December, 2010, 18:11
OMG I love the ghost tracks! When I get back to SA I'm taking my kids. Did you dust your bumper for the little handprints?
Comment icon #1 Posted by Gallimaufry on 8 July, 2011, 18:25
The Photography Kid is right, even though he types in all caps and everybody hates that. It's dust in the air reflecting the flash. You never see an "orb" in a picture where the flash was not used.


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