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Uploader comment: This totally scared me.this is real.i was just talking with my friend when i made this picture.it was unexpected.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by lopare on 29 November, 2007, 18:33
My only possible thought is it could be your reflection in the window through the sheers (curtains) when you're taking the picture or just something from the sheers, but if it neither one of those things, it is really creepy. It made my stomach kind of jump when I saw it.
Comment icon #9 Posted by s.t.u. on 12 December, 2007, 2:45
This is very scary because the guy next to the window is completely unaware of the being. Great Capture of whatever it is.
Comment icon #8 Posted by hauntedguy on 16 December, 2007, 16:30
kwalter, it can't be a reflection, it wouldn't go through the curtain to the window. Nice find icemetal :)
Comment icon #7 Posted by rotoboy459 on 17 December, 2007, 21:49
look at th eangle of the window (it partlly open)Now look atthe angle of what ever it is that the man is holding.It is something with a viewing screen.could that project onto the window? Great pic though
Comment icon #6 Posted by cryinbrian on 2 January, 2008, 1:06
I could recreate this in photoshop...but still, it strikes me as pretty creepy! That poor shmo sittin there don't even know he was about to be eaten!!
Comment icon #5 Posted by therion24 on 21 March, 2008, 6:38
Great Pic!
Comment icon #4 Posted by youtubepoopguy on 14 May, 2008, 15:05
one of the best pics on the site
Comment icon #3 Posted by owennoreen on 19 May, 2008, 22:26
Peeping Tom That's what I have to say but it can't be a person because it was taken on the like 3rd or 4th floor.
Comment icon #2 Posted by ericofbodom on 30 June, 2008, 19:48
wonderful picture
Comment icon #1 Posted by radarrox on 1 September, 2008, 13:40
I can see a face, like it's tilting it's head like a child in question. Great find. Kinda spooked me :)


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