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Boothill Ghost
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Uploader comment: A photograph taken in a graveyard of a bloke in 1880 period clothes. Behind him on the right, in the Graveyard, a similarly dressed "apparition" appeared on the picture coming out of a grave. Very unusual.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by sourpatchkid on 4 August, 2004, 19:21
1880's, uh-huh. good quality for such an old picture. o n the reality side if you die wearing a cowboy hat, you rise from the grave with it still on!
Comment icon #9 Posted by sourpatchkid on 4 August, 2004, 19:50
He said the person was wearing 1880's period clothing- not that it was taken in 1880.
Comment icon #8 Posted by bible boy on 8 August, 2004, 11:48
I dont think people used to wear fake mustaches.
Comment icon #7 Posted by sourpatchkid on 12 August, 2004, 2:08
yeah you got me on that one stewey. still sucks though
Comment icon #6 Posted by rainbow86 on 21 August, 2004, 13:57
its quite creepy tho to us it looks like a set up the only people who will really know is the people there
Comment icon #5 Posted by azraelschroeder on 15 September, 2004, 20:17
it's the gravestone's shadow behind it, making the gravestone look like a guy wearing a hat.
Comment icon #4 Posted by jokas on 1 October, 2004, 6:29
LOL looks like a stick fiure with a hat on over his left shoulder. And the picture is of some goof who wants to be a cowboy.
Comment icon #3 Posted by tina6 on 1 October, 2004, 7:09
if you're a ghost,with the ability to go anywhere,why whould you hang out there?
Comment icon #2 Posted by nadia on 1 October, 2004, 13:51
i am creeped out by this...
Comment icon #1 Posted by angelicbiscuit on 3 October, 2004, 9:13
I have seen a zoomed/clearer version of this pic, its definatly not a tomb stone, its very freaky. The Cowboy guy is an actor and Cowboy Poet or something. Cant post links here but if u want the link message me.


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