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Thursday, October 06, 2011

For Kathy at Tolentreasures

I was reading Kathy's post at her blog TOLENTREASURES and while I enjoyed reading about her weekend, her "scarey" story kindof gave me goosebumps.  So, as I was browsing around the Internet today (and BTW, this post has nothing really to do with crafting), I came across this photo:
It was taken in 1950 and shows the image of another "creepy" guy. It was taken by a National Park Service photographer during massive renovations of the White House (yes, the one in Washington DC) in 1950. In the background, a group of men stand to the left. But there is an odd, translucent figure, standing alone, to the right. I'm not saying what he/it is, but here is a larger image of the photo.  Kinda weird, isn't it.

9 comments:

  1. How appropriate for October! Ghosts never come out to say 'boo' when I take ghost tours. I must be scary to them

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  2. Maybe he just wanted to make sure everything was going to plan....Spooky!

    Bear Hugs & Blessings~Karen

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  3. Ok...now THAT is all kinds of freaky AWESOME!! Love it!! Thanks so much for sharing!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  4. That is Awesome, freaky for sure but still Awesome!!
    Colleen

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  5. looks like a statue, maybe it is double exposure. oh, it's Frankenstein!
    Carol

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  6. WOOOO OO WOOOO oo!!! Hugs, LJ

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  7. Wow, back in the 60's they didn't have CGI or the photo tools we have now so that had to be something
    "other worldly". Maybe a worker that was there in another time, those spirits that can't move on...
    Thanks for the post, it's really something.
    Warm Regards,
    Susan

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