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  Woman dressed in 1800-1900 clothing

Woman dressed in 1800-1900 clothing
Image credit: © tstengel

Uploader comment: This is the lower, left of the "Enhanced" photograph, which was taken in our yard. It appears in the lower left that the figure has, or is separating herself from the ectoplasm for revealing.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by mtswf4lf on 24 March, 2005, 1:37
LOL theres nothing there. Or am I blind? It looks like smoke to me.
Comment icon #9 Posted by crazy-cat-lady on 28 March, 2005, 3:46
OK, I want whatever they're smoking! A woman dressed in 1800-1900 clothing? Looks like smoke to me, too.
Comment icon #8 Posted by winkie05 on 29 March, 2005, 13:13
Here we go with the orbs again. Two orbs in this picture. See no lady and it does look like ciggerette smoke. What do you mean by enhanced? I think I saw this on another site but there was something said about the windmill not really being there. "I think", I'll have to go check on that one and comeback.
Comment icon #7 Posted by sabbo on 25 April, 2005, 22:53
Nothing there, it's too dark.
Comment icon #6 Posted by sabbo on 26 April, 2005, 23:42
Oh hang on, I can see a smoky kind of lady in victorian clothes. Its not that spooky, if you stared at anything for a while you'd begin to see a face.
Comment icon #5 Posted by filoli on 16 May, 2005, 17:24
Smoking cigarettes
Comment icon #4 Posted by kraken on 13 June, 2005, 10:05
Nope!! I guess i just havn't got the "Gift"
Comment icon #3 Posted by eternal light on 28 September, 2005, 23:54
This honestly does look like smoke; yes, I can make out what appears to be a woman, but it is just an image; I daresay I could find other images in the smoke if I looked long enough. One has to be realistic when putting shots like this in an open forum, and in this case it seems to have gotten a unanimous verdict.
Comment icon #2 Posted by tstengel on 3 January, 2006, 2:00
I am disappointed by the viewer's comments. I do not smoke...never have. I have two younger brothers and two younger sisters...only one smokes. He is a CPA and resided in Kansas City, MO/USA. This is not smoke and I am sorry that you feel this is smoke. I do not undstand how smoke can take shapes like this. Second, if anyone takes a photograph of an ectoplasm, enter any photo shoppe site. You may enhance the viewing of orbs and ectoplasm's by: INCREASING the brightness, DECREASING the contrast,
Comment icon #1 Posted by tstengel on 3 January, 2006, 2:01
per above...and DECREASING the gamma levels, slightly. You may contact me with inquiries at my home cellular at (402) 217-2264.


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