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dsamuelsonart:Hey all, prints of many of my recent works are now available through my inprnt:…

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dsamuelsonart:Hey all, prints of many of my recent works are now available through my inprnt:…

dsamuelsonart:

Hey all, prints of many of my recent works are now available through my inprnt: https://www.inprnt.com/gallery/dillonsamuelson/

Thanks! 🙂

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An American Civil War sack coat, ripped apart at the seams and…

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An American Civil War sack coat, ripped apart at the seams and…

An American Civil War sack coat, ripped apart at the seams and made anew to become a Necromancer’s jacket. Old insignia and buttons pulled off and new hand embroidered occult symbols and antique pewter buttons put in their place.

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life-imitates-art-far-more:Adelaide Claxton (1841-1927)“The Lady Ghost” (1876)Oil on canvas

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life-imitates-art-far-more:Adelaide Claxton (1841-1927)“The Lady Ghost” (1876)Oil on canvas

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Adelaide Claxton (1841-1927)
“The Lady Ghost” (1876)
Oil on canvas

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Reader Submission: Stay or Go?

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Reader Submission: Stay or Go?

“I went with my aunt, uncle, and cousin to Yosemite National Park when I was 16. We camped, we hiked, we swam in Lake Tenaya. In between all that, one day I was out near the trees not far from where we were camped, when I sensed, and sort of saw, these Native American men ghosts smiling at me and making motions for me to go with them somewhere. I don’t know where. I had a choice before me: go with them, or stay in this world. Even though the ghosts never mentioned it, I had a very clear understanding that if I went, I would never come back. Knowing this, I chose to stay.

As we were leaving the park on our way back to the city, I looked out the window of the car and knew just by looking at the outside scenery that Yosemite National Park was haunted by a ton of spirits that came out after dark when all the people who visited in the summer went home for the cooler months. I could almost see them flying around in the night. Especially on a hill or mountain I saw in the distance. I wish I could say what kinds of ghosts they were, but it wasn’t clear.”

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Ghost Photo: The Menger Mystery

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Ghost Photo: The Menger Mystery

San Antonio’s Menger Hotel opened in 1859 and has hosted such notables as Babe Ruth, Mae West, and four U.S. Presidents. The Menger still welcomes guests today, and like many historic hotels, is reportedly home to several spirits. Is this photo proof?

The story goes that a guest taking photos around the hotel noticed the dark shadow pictured above. The figure in red is a child, and she was the only person moving around the hall at the time of this photo. So who, or what, is the thing in black? One guess is Sallie White, a former chamber maid murdered by her husband in 1876. Or perhaps it’s one of the hotel’s many ghost children seeking a new playmate. What do you believe?

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