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  The Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg

The Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg
Image credit: 2012

Uploader comment: This photo was taken at the famous "Jennie Wade House", in Gettysburg, PA last summer. On the tour you are encouraged to take photos because of the house's haunted history. There was no one standing behind me at the time, but after it was taken, it looks like there was! Let me know what you think!

   

 
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Comment icon #3 Posted by baro67 on 9 January, 2013, 20:06
The photo is interesting,but there is something strange,looking well you seem to have two arms right,one that holds the camera and another behind lowered,and in front of you it can be seen another arm raised(the arm of the presence? )too many arms in this photo
Comment icon #2 Posted by bigsir on 10 January, 2013, 3:48
Yes, I've been wondering about that same thing! Weird! I wish you all could see the pic blown up. Just save it to your pc if interested in enlarging.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Gallimaufry on 10 January, 2013, 23:37
This one is enough of a puzzler that I was compelled to investigate. I managed to find a clear photo online of the window behind you, and it shows nothing that would explain this. I think the most likely explanation is that someone stepped behind you as you were snapping the shot, and then quickly moved out of the frame, leaving behind some motion blur. Your duplicate arm pretty much has to be the result of moving it while the shutter was open, making my explanation more plausible.


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