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Tree Man
Image credit: © Iseedeadppl

Uploader comment: Veeeeeeeeeery spooky ...

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by crazy-cat-lady on 29 March, 2005, 19:44
took me a while to find it, but yeah...real creepy
Comment icon #9 Posted by accused pheonix on 29 March, 2005, 23:18
I agree, but who the hell Would go around taking pictures of old trees?
Comment icon #8 Posted by iseedeadppl on 30 March, 2005, 0:28
could be cropped, and zoomed in to the tree ... But this is one of the pictures that I really like and I dont know if indeed we can capture ghosts on film or not but if we can this is one of them. No way could someone just crawl into that tree
Comment icon #7 Posted by jacopex on 4 April, 2005, 1:50
That mans probably a hobo! Well to explain the photo, this is probably a fake or a real ghost. Well ghost can be easly captured in the dark so probably theres 50/50 chances this is a ghost! Yo bu for real what is he doing in a suit
Comment icon #6 Posted by tbibera on 11 April, 2005, 7:09
great photo! this is very creepy.
Comment icon #5 Posted by nightwatcher on 19 April, 2005, 15:12
It's an optical illusion you all!
Comment icon #4 Posted by lookatallthepeople on 21 April, 2005, 22:28
hes wearing early victorian clothes and looks familiar to me like ive seen him in a book or at school before...i think maybe hes a painter or musician?
Comment icon #3 Posted by daisy0277 on 29 April, 2005, 9:22
awhhh POO! there goes my peaceful walks in the woods!
Comment icon #2 Posted by nme_locus on 11 May, 2005, 2:44
There's a similar story of a haunted tree...you all should look into it. It's called "the hanging tree." Someone was hanged in a tree and his spirit stayed with the tree. There are numerous reports of companies attemptong to cut the tree down and no success. This photo seems real to me.
Comment icon #1 Posted by javibarr on 15 May, 2005, 13:32
ITS JUST PART OF THE TREE THAT GIVES AN ILLUSION OF A FACE


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