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Uploader comment: If you look on the left there is something that has a skullface in the picture, this was taken alittle after my mother pasted. in 2003

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by azraelschroeder on 15 September, 2004, 21:33
*cough* 'pasted?' sorry, i just found that typo funny...^^;;
Comment icon #9 Posted by lowlyph on 27 September, 2004, 5:19
this is so foolish.........I am also a frequent mirror picture taker!!! lol
Comment icon #8 Posted by stargrl on 29 September, 2004, 18:27
umm...looks like someone got bored and wanted to try their skull mask on...it looks like they are pulling a mask over their face...you can see a t-shirt as well if you look hard enough...
Comment icon #7 Posted by jokas on 1 October, 2004, 6:04
Hey look it on the t-shirt. And why did you take a picture of the mirror after your mother died. It would be believable if the skull was in front of the arms not so much behind.
Comment icon #6 Posted by dodir_svile on 3 October, 2004, 14:45
how come i donīt see a skull anywhere?
Comment icon #5 Posted by rocksnikki on 17 October, 2004, 5:39
see face on far-left side of mirror -- the one that looks like it's covered with cob-webs. not sure its paranormal, but looks odd nonetheless.
Comment icon #4 Posted by gargyrl on 7 November, 2004, 5:59
ya it is really strange that if you stand if front of a mirrow you get images, who woulda thunk
Comment icon #3 Posted by insight on 18 November, 2004, 10:10
I like how they add the tag of the "Passed mother" to further the paper-thin myth. The real spirit here is the depated brain of the individual who sent this picture in.
Comment icon #2 Posted by deadkarma on 23 November, 2004, 7:44
hahahaaa! insight, you are so right.
Comment icon #1 Posted by ozone_43 on 9 December, 2004, 7:53
Gee... I don't know.... A Grateful Dead t-shirt maybe? Perhaps the photographer was "pasted" as well.


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