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  Ghost Dog at the Tingewick Tea Party

Ghost Dog at the Tingewick Tea Party
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Comment icon #10 Posted by sylviabecerra on 25 July, 2004, 4:17
This photo seems interesting to me. I rarely see spirit animals. Is this photo authentic? I'd like to see more of these.
Comment icon #9 Posted by geegee on 28 July, 2004, 7:12
Aww, ghost puppy. That makes me a little sad.
Comment icon #8 Posted by dwayne_g on 27 August, 2004, 21:20
I don't think this is an image of a ghost dog, but rather a ghost image of a dog. In the old days you had to hold a pose for a photograph or it would make a ghostly image. I think the dog wandered into the shot and moved around, making a ghostly image.
Comment icon #7 Posted by azraelschroeder on 15 September, 2004, 20:49
looks more like an angry cat with puffed up fur to me...but then again when i see ghost animals they're usually clearer than this, so i dont know how to tell from a picture.
Comment icon #6 Posted by swampswan on 3 October, 2004, 23:46
you can see his skeleton.
Comment icon #5 Posted by faultyliving on 1 November, 2004, 4:31
If this is a vintage photograph, you must remember it took time for the fil to be exposed. anything walking in and out of the shot turns into a ghjostly image, I have made several of these by slowing the shutter speed on a camera.
Comment icon #4 Posted by gargyrl on 7 November, 2004, 4:21
Dwayne G and faultyliving, you nailed it on the nosey, the dog didn't stay long enough for the exposure, look at the centering of the group, it was made to include the dog, thank you and good night.
Comment icon #3 Posted by mandamay321 on 13 November, 2004, 8:03
this is the womans totem, everyone chooses an animale to look over them when we come her, she chose a wolf.
Comment icon #2 Posted by insight on 18 November, 2004, 8:17
This photo has been cropped. The original one has much more detail. Whoever scanned this photo used a very low resolution. For a better version of it, look in the new "Ripleys Believe it or Not" book that has just been release on books stores. The full photo was not square as seen on this site, which discredits "Gargryl's" theory.
Comment icon #1 Posted by recker on 24 November, 2004, 5:08
Faultyliving is most probably right. Besides I always believed that only humans had souls. So you can't have ghost animals.


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