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Luray Caverns Mist
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Uploader comment: I took a trip 2 the luray caverns and there is this mist. I think that this maybe the indian princess that was killed and buried above ground nobody knows how she died


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Comment icon #12 Posted by msmith1234 on 9 March, 2010, 9:26
... and how can someone be "buried" above ground? Surely when something is "buried" it's in the ground.
Comment icon #11 Posted by pariah on 1 October, 2008, 14:26
What makes you think that it is a dead indian princess? Could it be a little psychosomatic interpretation of a story you wre being told in the cave?
Comment icon #10 Posted by tinksbell on 21 July, 2008, 0:28
Comment icon #9 Posted by deemankilla on 17 September, 2005, 21:32
ay what mist it looks like some stupid effects
Comment icon #8 Posted by whitewitch on 11 June, 2005, 22:12
cant even see mist, oh wot a disappointment....boring. I must go and make dinner, i'm wasting my life looking at this stuff.!
Comment icon #7 Posted by threeplustuesday on 9 June, 2005, 10:59
Looks like a horse with Nessie's neck and no tail... Haha. Forgive me, I see shapes in everything I look at. I once spent a half hour staring at my textured ceiling because it looked like an evil dog.
Comment icon #6 Posted by hypodermic on 7 June, 2005, 18:36
all i can say is that that is NOT mist
Comment icon #5 Posted by kyle-d on 4 June, 2005, 9:24
Nice photo of rocks. Very nice.
Comment icon #4 Posted by marcin t on 17 May, 2005, 0:36
what, where, when, why ---- i mean what's wrong ?
Comment icon #3 Posted by tainteddoughnuts on 9 May, 2005, 6:28
its prolly a rock or something growing off the rock... whats there to explain?
Comment icon #2 Posted by wil on 7 May, 2005, 8:12
well, i would say it's light from the flash reflecting off some weird rocks; but it's slightly translucent.
Comment icon #1 Posted by brittany_nc on 7 May, 2005, 1:47
Can someone please explain this 2 me email me at
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