pinner said; I grew up in a small, rural town in between mountains. A couple of years ago, they were tearing down an old elementary school. A guy my mom knew went in and took pics with his cell phone. When he uploaded them, this was one of the pictures. I don’t believe in stuff like this at all. I just really don’t know how to explain it since it was a cell phone pic and I’m pretty sure that no one in my podunk hometown knows how to make fake pics. Via source
Connecticut - This is the true and terrifying story of a Raggedy Ann doll named Annabelle. In 1970 a mother purchased an antique Raggedy Ann Doll from a hobby store. The doll was a present for her daughter Donna on her birthday. Donna, at the time, was a student in college, pre
This is from this website..>>>http://www.ghostsandstories.com/ghosts-blog.html I love ghost stories..I like the true and the fake ones..hence this blog site..I also recently bought a book on ghost stories which you can buy at Barnes and Noble(on Sale)>>>"Real Ghost Stories" "True Tales Of Terrifying Spirits And Haunted Places" by author Brad Steiger (It's very readable and I am enjoying it(and it has pictures and photographs in it as well!)
The photo of an unknown woman shows her taking a photo in the mirror with her camera. Behind her left shoulder, what looks like another woman’s face can be made out with glowing eyes and a sinister grin.