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Image credit: S.Smith(c)2013

Uploader comment: I took this off my deck in the Poconos during an Eclipse and was shocked at what it looked like when i put it on the computer. My neighbor caught something similar in her pics but I guess mine was just the right time. It's pretty eeerie. There was no photo manipulation at all . It is what it is .. Doesn't matter what your comments are as those involved when this was taken knows its the real thing. Thank you for viewing! Brightest Blessings!


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Comment icon #2 Posted by Brian Topp on 25 February, 2014, 3:32
Looks like a photo of the clouds during a moon event. So Yeah it is real, not sure how this is paranormal.
Comment icon #1 Posted by LighteningStrike on 4 September, 2014, 0:42
Wow your a GENIUS! A moon event REALLY??? Damn LOL Obviously you don't see the lil horns on the top of the head just above the eyes.. nahh not paranormal! I think you comment on pics just cus you have nothing better to do with your time LOL

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