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#Halloween or #ValentinesDay? I know which one I would pick!…

by cnkguy
#Halloween or #ValentinesDay? I know which one I would pick!…

#Halloween or #ValentinesDay? I know which one I would pick!

Source: Ghost Quest USA


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vampireapologist:deluxeloy:vampireapologist:vampireapologist:one time when I was 13 I took a mirror…

by cnkguy
vampireapologist:deluxeloy:vampireapologist:vampireapologist:one time when I was 13 I took a mirror…

vampireapologist:

deluxeloy:

vampireapologist:

vampireapologist:

one time when I was 13 I took a mirror selfie with a digitial camera in the dressing room of a community theatre and there was a whole apparition in it. A man’s torso and arms and legs. Totally and clearly manifested. We all freaked out about it for a day & then absolutely moved on. Then I lost the SD card. Who does that?????

Imagine you’re a dead man who finally concentrated the energy to physically manifest in a photo, perhaps to reach out to the living world, and the girl in charge of the only evidence of your post mortem existence in this realm forgot to take her adderral that day.

that’s the reality for that man. I just lost him and forgot about it until three minutes ago.

do u think he’s vengeful now

i could go back and look for him but what if he’s mad at me i cant handle that sort of confrontation. what if he is powerful now

Not to rain on your ghost story parade, but is there any chance you took a picture in a two-way mirror?

I need you to understand that this was a 180-year-old community theater with literally rotting walls that was basically falling apart in every single corner. And if someone had installed a two way mirror in the community dressing room used by both men and women, somehow, without bringing the entire building down on top of them, and proceeded to watch all of us do things while dressed in clearly antique clothing, that doesn’t demystify anything. That is 100 times more compelling than a ghost. That’s the phantom of the opera.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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