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  Headless Girl 1

Headless Girl 1
Image credit: Tom Pratt

Uploader comment: These are 3 photos taken of my niece, by my Brother on a merry-go-round in the town of Romsey, Hampshire, UK at Christmas time in 2012. He took them on a Samsung Galaxy mobile phone whilst watching my Niece on the ride with my Mum. Each photo was taken on a different revolution of the ride. When my Niece boarded the bus there was no other child on the ride with her. Both my Brother and Mum said that they did see anything on the ride with my Niece whilst she was on there. It was only after she had got off the ride and then looking at the photos that they noticed the other child figure in the photo with my Niece. In this photo you can see the hood of the child figure seems to be hanging down over the front of the coat and no head where there should be one. We'd love and explanation to these photos!

   

 
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Comment icon #2 Posted by MisterSuperGod on 26 October, 2014, 4:56
Creepy!
Comment icon #1 Posted by Gallimaufry on 29 October, 2014, 23:35
There was definitely another child. Either your brother and mum were mistaken, or you made up this story because you noticed her head doesn't show in any of the photos. In this photo, her head is behind your niece.


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