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Thread: I knew it.. shooting in a cemetery is Baaaad!!

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    I knew it.. shooting in a cemetery is Baaaad!!

    I took three of Trishes and ran em through this new image viewing I got from the "Haunting Photos.com" website,, what it does is search old photos for any abberation then isolates it and brings it "out" .. its mainly used by ghost hunters and was in part, invented by FOX TV for use on their hit "Americas most Haunted" Well... I ran tree shots through it and look what I found!!!
    I knew all the cemetery shooting was gonna have its tolls to pay!! Please scroll for the Proof!!!

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    in this shot, the ghost is clearly visible and clearly PO'ed!


    In this shot, the vision of an old woman can be clearly seen peering from the trees in the upper left corner of the frame!


    And saving the best for last, it was prolly a good thing Trish got out of there when she did.. this spirit was clearly, really mad at getting "caught" on film, so much so he is seen here approaching the photographer, ratteling chains and all!!


    Folks, this is no joke.. these are real, un-retouched photographic proof that there is an afterlife..although, it might not be all roses and sunshine but, it is still a very emotional state of being!!
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    LMAO Niiiiiiiiccccceeee

    Is this you're way of getting even 'cause I called you Sissy-Man LOL

    Very nice work tho... that last one is awesome!!!



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    Dude... you have way too much time on your hands... ROFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by convergent
    Dude... you have way too much time on your hands... ROFL
    you kidding me? what else am I gonna do here at work?

    ( all done between ducking the Boss-man) lol

    he gets up, i close Photoshop, he goes back to his desk, i open it up again..lol Im bored, I am just waiting for UPS to come so ill have some work to do!
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    lol.. i thing the middle one is actually "Nosferatu" i just grabbed it off the web, it was already posted as a ghost shot..lol

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    ROFL

    This is some great stuff! Maybe I should re-think the cemetery shooting LOL
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    That is tEh funnay!

    Besides, if I run into any ghosts, I'll just give 'ole Peter Venkman a call.
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    just dont cross the streams and youll be alright!!
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    You really are NUTS.

    J/K wonderful effect, I'll have to give it a try on some of my cemetery shots, especially the one that is HAUNTED.
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    Okay since we're on the subject anyone care to explain this photo? My friend is convinced (and though I can't say I believe or not) I'm sure there is reasonable explanation...
    They weren't smoking, it was warm, nothing behind them but woods, digital taken straight from the camera to the computer... or at least that's what I'm told... I don't know if there's a way to tell it was Photoshopped or what have you, but I would love to give her a reasonable explanation for everything going on in the photo...




    Let me hear what you guys have to say...
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