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Angel/Fairy appears
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Uploader comment: This picture was taken with a digital camera with a shutter speed of 1/24th a second. Closer examination looks like an angel/fairy. It was taken two minutes before the picture of the traveling orb shown elsewhere in this album.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by pateljr on 1 December, 2004, 18:14
Is this some kind of joke!!!! What a fake - just some funny shaped lightbulb that someone has placed on the ground!! Fairy? Angel? Ha ha ha!!!
Comment icon #9 Posted by darkwing on 1 December, 2004, 20:04
actually, it isnt a joke, or a fake, it was taken in a series of 5 pics that only one had this. EMF meters were shooting sky high to show activity was occurring. As far as a lightbulb, how do you get power to one in the middle of a cemetery?
Comment icon #8 Posted by yitzie99 on 2 December, 2004, 5:53
give us a break 'darkwing' even if its wasn't in the picture before, doesn't mean its real. It's actually a lot different shade than any other light in the picture, leading me to the assumption that it was either some white-out on the picture, or a mess up on the exposure when it was being developed, there are just so many possibilies than the obvious impossibility, of it being a ghost, which all sane people know don't exhist.
Comment icon #7 Posted by darkwing on 2 December, 2004, 6:23
okay, white out on a picture taken with a digital camera, that is a new one on me. And i dont think i ever said it was a ghost, it was what appeared in the picture when we took it. Take it for what you want, just thought it would be nice for others to see. It still out does the other pictures in this album as far as what it shows.
Comment icon #6 Posted by darth vader farmer on 2 December, 2004, 7:52
It looks to me like a moth flew past the camera when the flash went off.
Comment icon #5 Posted by captainzaggis on 4 December, 2004, 4:07
yeah, Darth, i was going to say that..a moth
Comment icon #4 Posted by zombiebunny on 4 December, 2004, 6:34
it definitely looks like a bug in the flash. but yitzie99...it's very naive and close-minded to call people who believe in ghosts insane. in 1865, gorillas didn't exist either. "obvious impossibility"....those words often leave one's mouth right before a foot is inserted. (and why in the world would you come to an "unexplained mystery" site if you're not open minded enough to consider things?)
Comment icon #3 Posted by darkwing on 4 December, 2004, 7:26
Thank you zombiebunny for your explanation to yitzie99. And it could have been a moth like the others say, but it is putting off it's own light source in my opinion.
Comment icon #2 Posted by threeplustuesday on 4 December, 2004, 12:19
...Dragonfly... ^_^
Comment icon #1 Posted by alienplayalolz on 6 December, 2004, 7:02
Hmm, if it weren't a digital camera, I'd say that it malfunctioned, but it being a digital camera changes a lot of things. As far as it being a bug, or any other animal, I highly doubt it. It kind of looks like a dove, but doves aren't nocturnal, and it wouldn't be that bright. Though, there is the possibility of the flash going off when something flew by. I really can't come to any conclusion about this. You can see orbs in this picture though, so it may be a vortex. If it isn't that, it's just a camera...


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