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Birthday party negative
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Comment icon #10 Posted by snowcloud182 on 27 July, 2005, 0:01
freaky stuff. i thought the other one was fake at first but this proves me wrong
Comment icon #9 Posted by Idriss on 24 August, 2005, 6:17
mmm. what ever "they" are they were there at the time the photo was taken. this is no fake.
Comment icon #8 Posted by chupacabra_lover on 11 September, 2005, 3:50
someone needs to stop touching thier negatives....
Comment icon #7 Posted by eternal light on 24 September, 2005, 9:30
No question about it! This is clearly a dog; an afghan or some breed similar, with something wrapped around it's body! A towel maybe, or a coat! The dog's ears are unmistakable. The lower arrow points to the dog's shoulder.
Comment icon #6 Posted by tofubrain on 15 October, 2005, 1:45
to me it looks like a cow's profile. but then again, I could really go for some grade a beef right about......now.
Comment icon #5 Posted by cobracommanda on 16 November, 2005, 14:21
to me it looks like a child playn with the child
Comment icon #4 Posted by voodoodaddy44 on 4 December, 2005, 10:41
I can't tell what I'm looking at.
Comment icon #3 Posted by mysteryman has questions 4 u on 4 March, 2006, 21:50
the red circles are dodgy nothin scary
Comment icon #2 Posted by rubberduckytat on 11 May, 2006, 10:06
i have to agree with chupacabra_lover, they are dirt and/or finger smuges, and lol @ tofubrains comment
Comment icon #1 Posted by munchkin on 22 May, 2006, 3:32
although i do not think that there is anything creepy or paranormal about this negative, I can assure all of you that the "anamoly" is no fingerprint or smudge. I work in a professional photo lab, and that is not what a smudge on neg looks like. when a fingerprint is left on a neg, it leaves the imprint of the lines from the finger-there is no such thing on this neg. and as for a smudge, it would appear almost translusant, not solid as this one does.


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