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Uploader comment: Please don't give me crap for this. i only want answers. it's not a lens flare, smudge, light reflection or any of that. this picture is 5 years old and was taken on a razor phone with no flash what so ever. i'm not a believer in orbs, so please don't suggest it. i'm very knowable in the supernatural field, so please don't try and b.s. me. i don't need rude or snide remarks. just want opinions. i have a picture just like this taken 4 years later on a completely different phone.

   

 
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Comment icon #1 Posted by sarahmac on 18 November, 2011, 15:37
You say its not lens flare but it very obviously is. The extreme bright light on the left is so strong it has reflected within the lens of the camera and created the lens flare behind your head. Camera phones are notorious for it. And before you shoot the messenger i have many years of experience as a paranormal investigator, Sorry




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