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  GHOST OR DEMON?

GHOST OR DEMON?
Image credit: © Alysse650

Uploader comment: I TOOK THIS PICTURE WUTH MY NEW CAMERA. I WAS TAKING RANDOMPICTURES THAT DAY IN MY FRIENDS ROOM.I TOOK A PICTURE OF THE T.V WHEN IT WAS OFF. I SEE A FACE IF YOU LOOK CLOSE ENOUGH...MY FRIEND COULDNT SEE IT. WHAT DO YOU THINK.?

   

 
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Comment icon #5 Posted by VvROMULUSvV on 8 January, 2012, 8:35
I think.. Yawn
Comment icon #4 Posted by baro67 on 8 January, 2012, 9:09
The image is too dark and blurred as a result, it is difficult to say that it is, indeed, it seems a face,but to express a best judgment the image should be more defined
Comment icon #3 Posted by KERIK182 on 12 January, 2012, 22:45
looks like a picture of the moon
Comment icon #2 Posted by orangepeaceful79 on 29 January, 2012, 19:45
ghost or demon or out of focus photo of flash reflecting off a tv screen? I vote the latter.
Comment icon #1 Posted by soulseeker on 7 February, 2012, 0:14
i think if you have to look that hard it should not be considered evidence I say this because matrixing is a function of the brain which causes our eyes to see faces shapes etc. in patterens and in darkness.....ie look hard enough and long enough you can find "ghosts" in every photo ever taken. If it doesnt jump out at yopu rather quickly you cant trust it.


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