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world's shortest man

world's shortest man
Khagendra Thapa Magar, 15 and a half, sits in the lap of a fully grown adult friend on March 13, 2007 in Pokhara, Nepal. According to the Guinness World Book of Records when Khagendra turns 18, weighing 4.5 kg, and only 20 inches tall, he will officially be eligible as an adult to become the shortest person living on this planet. Khagendra lives with his biological family and is also cared for as a family member by his manager who has set up a foundation in his name. He eats about 100g of food per day.

An 18 years old Nepali boy who is only 50 cm tall has been recorded as the shortest person in the Guiness Book of World Record (GBWR) is about to claim for yet another world record.
In contrast to his growing age, the tiny boy Khagendra Thapa Magar weighs only 4.5 kg.
Born on Oct. 4, 1992 in a remote village of Baglung district, some 180 km west of Nepali capital Kathmandu, Khagendra is set to claim for yet another title in the GBWR for lightest person.

"We recently succeeded to register his name in the GBWR as the "shortest person" after Khagendra turned to be 18 on Oct. 4 this year," said Min Bahadur Rana, President of the Khagendra Thapa Magar Foundation (KTMF). "Though we are also asking for the lightest title, the GBWR has not given us with this record yet," he added.

According to him, the GBWR said that the weight is something that keeps on changing so that they cannot offer this title to Khagendra. However, they have vowed to propose this claim of him in the meetings and process of the GBWR.

The process of registering his name in the GBWR was carried out by the KTMF that was established in 2005 after Khagendra's name. The chairman of the foundation, Min Bahadur Rana, established the foundation and is driving all the process of registering his name in the Guiness Book of World Record.

The foundation aims to provide essential medicine and treatment for the disability of Khagendra and to arrange proper education to him. "The foundation was formed to provide philanthropic support to get Khagendra educationally, financially, mentally and socially rehabilitated," Min Bahadur Rana told Xinhua on Monday afternoon.

Though Khagendra has become a pride of the nation after being recorded in the GBWR, his father Rup Bahadur Magar worries about his son.
Khagendra who consumes normal food like everyone else in the family was only 600 gram when he was born, father Rup Bahadur Thapa Magar told Xinhua on Saturday.
"He was tiny at his birth, he began to move around only when he was eight years old and his physical growth completely stopped at the age of 11," he added.

Khagendra gets up normally early in the morning and washes his face, brushes his teeth himself which is not easy though and no one can be with him all the time, father Rup Bahadur lamented for his son.

He is not only worried about his daily performances but also his future, education, security and livings. It has been two years since Khagendra began to go to local public school called the Saraswati Boarding School of Pokhara in Kaski district, some 200 km west of Kathmandu.

"We live in Kaski district but usually come here in the capital to maintain the relation network. This time we came here to meet leaders of political parties, ministers and renowned celebrities," Rana said.

According to Rana, since the whole process began for the registration, the foundation had spent a lot for Khagendra's medical test and the documentation with the fund collected as donation. Even in the agreement signed between the foundation and the GBWR, it has been mentioned that the foundation has to bear the cost of their flights to London and their stay over there which will cost a lot to the foundation.

Concerned with the future of Khagendra, foundation chairman Rana said, "We are seeking support from the government, political parties, and elsewhere for betterment of him." He added that the foundation is seeking support for mainly three points. For the process of registering Khagendra's name in the GBWR in both titles, his security in future, lodging and fooding of him," he added.

"It is the pride of the nation that Khagendra has been recorded in the GBWR, but this is not over. We still have to go to London to receive the certificate of GBWR, plus we are planning to claim for another title, for which we need strong support from the nation."

Khagendra, together with his caretaker, has to go to the London office of the GBWR for final examination before registering his name in two different categories, the shortest and lightest man in the world. "We don't know on which date we'll go to London but we have to finalize the date within 15 days," Rana told Xinhua.

The foundation had applied Khagendra's name for the registration in "shortest man", a couple of years ago, but provisions of the Guinness Book do not allow the registration of less than 18 candidates in the world shortest person category. NowKhagendra is 18 years old but still he cannot process further as he and his supporting foundation lacks resources to fly to London.
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The Longest a chicken survived without a head(Mike the headless chicken)

So what is the longest a chicken survived without a head?

We just had to include this story somehow.

In Fruita, Colorado, on September 10 1945, farmer Lloyd Olsen was sent out to kill a chicken for dinner. His mother-in-law loved to eat the neck, so Mr. Olsen tried to chop off as little of the neck as possible. With a swing of his axe, off came the head. The chicken, now known as 'Mike the Headless Chicken', started to run around as chickens do, but never stopped.

Mike the Headless Chicken became famous and began doing tours. Mr. Olsen charged 25 cents.

Mike was fed a mixture of water and milk with an eyedropper, and occasionally he was fed corn.

Mike finally died in 1947, after living for 18 months. He started choking in the middle of the night, and since the Olsen's left the syringes they used to clear his esophagus at the sideshow, they could not save him.

We could not find the exact date of his death as Mr. Olsen said he sold the chicken after Mike's death.

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The most haunted Place(Eastern State Penitentiary)

Raynham Hall

Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, is most famous for the ghost of "the Brown Lady," which was captured on film in 1936 in what is considered one of the most authentic ghost pictures ever taken.

The Unexplained Site describes one of the first encounters with the spirit: "The first known sighting happened during the 1835 Christmas season. Colonel Loftus, who happened to be visiting for the holidays, was walking to his room late one night when he saw a strange figure ahead of him. As he tried to gain a better look, the figure promptly disappeared. The next week, the Colonel was again came upon the woman. He described her as a noble woman who wore a brown satin dress. Her face seemed to glow, which highlighted her empty eye sockets."
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The most haunted Place(Eastern State Penitentiary)

Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary has become a favorite destination for ghost hunters as well as the public at large since it has been opened to tours.

Built in 1829, the imposing Gothic structure was originally designed to hold 250 inmates in solitary confinement. At the height of its use, however, as many as 1,700 prisoners were crammed into the cells. Like many such places of high emotional stress, misery and death, the prison has become haunted.

One of its most famous inmates was none other than Al Capone, was was incarcerated there on illegal weapons possession in 1929. During his stay, it is said that Capone was tormented by the ghost of James Clark, one of the men Capone had murdered in the infamous St. Valentine's Day massacre.

Other reported haunting activity includes:

* A shadow-like figure that scoots quickly away when approached.
* A figure that stands in the guard tower.
* An evil cackling reportedly comes from cellblock 12.
* In cellblock 6, another shadowy figure has been seen sliding down the wall.
* Mysterious, ghostly faces are said to appear in cellblock 4.

Unfortunately, not all of these cells are open to the public, even on the tours.
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The most haunted Place(Myrtles Plantation)

Myrtles Plantation

Built in 1796 by General David Bradford, this stately old home on Myrtles Plantation is said to be haunted be several restless ghosts. Some researchers say as many as ten murders have been committed there, but others, such as Troy Taylor and David Wisehart, have only been able to confirm one murder at Myrtles. (Those two authors provide a very good history of the house in their article, The Legends, Lore & Lies of The Myrtles Plantation).

Even they agree, however, that the place is seriously haunted and easily qualifies as one of the "most haunted." These are some of the ghosts that allegedly haunt the house:

* Cleo – a former slave who was allegedly hung on the premises for killing two little girls. (Those murders and even the existence of Cleo are in question.)
* The ghosts of the two murdered children have been seen playing on the veranda.
* William Drew Winter – an attorney who lived at Myrtles from 1860 to 1871. He was shot on the side porch of the house by a stranger. With his life's blood pouring from his body, Winter staggered into the house and began to climb the stairs to the second floor... but didn't make it. He collapsed and died on the 17th step. It is his last dying footsteps that can still be heard on the staircase to this day. (Winter's murder is the only one that has been verified.)
* The ghosts of other slaves allegedly occasionally show up to ask if they can do any chores.
* The grand piano has often been heard to play by itself, repeating one haunting chord.

Now a bed and breakfast, The Myrtles Plantation has opened its doors to guests who often report disturbances in the night. My colleague, Stacey Jones, founder of Central New York Ghost Hunters, reports on her stay there:

"It was a spectacular place to stay, if you keep an open mind. While taking the guided tour, I saw what looked like a heavyset African-American woman wearing an apron walk by the door, on the porch. Thinking it was a worker in period dress, I peeked out and no one was there. We stayed in the children's bedroom, and my best-friend (who was a non-believer at the time) experienced quite a bit of paranormal phenomena. She was held down in the bed and constantly poked all night. She was unable to move or cry out for help. She didn't think the stay was as great as I did. They let you ghost hunt on the grounds whenever you like, but you can't ghost hunt in the main house without an escort. I suggest setting up a video camera in your room and bring a tape recorder to obtain EVP."
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The most haunted Place(The Tower of London)

The Tower of London

The Tower of London, one of the most famous and well-preserved historical buildings in the world, may also be one of the most haunted. This is due, no doubt, to the scores of executions, murders and tortures that have taken place within its walls over the last 1,000 years. Dozens upon dozens of ghost sightings have been reported in and around the Tower. On one winter day in 1957 at 3 a.m., a guard was disturbed by something striking the top of his guardhouse. When he stepped outside to investigate, he saw a shapeless white figure on top of the tower. It was then realized that on that very same date, February 12, Lady Jane Grey was beheaded in 1554.

Perhaps the most well-known ghostly resident of the Tower is the spirit of Ann Boleyn, one of the wives of Henry VIII, who was also beheaded in the Tower in 1536. Her ghost has been spotted on many occasions, sometimes carrying her head, on Tower Green and in the Tower Chapel Royal.

Other ghosts of the Tower include those of Henry VI, Thomas a Becket and Sir Walter Raleigh. One of the most gruesome ghost stories connected with the Tower of London describes death of the Countess of Salisbury. According to one account, "the Countess was sentenced to death in 1541 following her alleged involvement in criminal activities (although it is now widely believed that she was probably innocent). After being sent struggling to the scaffold, she ran from the block and was pursued until she was hacked to death by the axe man." Her execution ceremony has been seen re-enacted by spirits on Tower Green.

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The most haunted area(Queen Mary)

This grand old ship is quite haunted, according to the many people who have worked on and visited the craft. Once a celebrated luxury ocean liner, when it ended its sailing days the Queen Mary was purchased by the city of Long Beach, California in 1967 and transformed into a hotel.

Queen Mary

The most haunted area of the ship is the engine room where a 17-year-old sailor was crushed to death trying to escape a fire. Knocking and banging on the pipes around the door has been heard and recorded by numerous people. In what is now the front desk area of the hotel, visitors have seen the ghost of a "lady in white."

Ghosts of children are said to haunt the ship's pool. The spirit of a young girl, who allegedly broke her neck in an accident at the pool, has been heard asking for her mother or her doll. In the hallway of the pool's changing rooms is an area of unexplained activity. Furniture moves about by itself, people feel the touch of unseen hands and unknown spirits appear. In the front hull of the ship, a specter can sometimes be heard screaming - the pained voice, some believe, of a sailor who was killed when the Queen Mary collided with a smaller ship.
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Man In Castle Window Ghost Picture

We do not know the story behind this ghost picture, but we do know it shows an
apparition of a man in the castle it a fake? Looks too good to be
true...we're guessing fake.

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UFO or missile trace? Mystery spiral lights over Norway

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Image of jesus seen on the X-ray

jesus christ
You got Jesus in my X-ray

Where in the Bible does it say, when Jesus returns, he will appear as a silver Rorschach blot on a chest X-ray in a small town in Florida?

A few thoughts…

Reynaldo Farinas went to the hospital after experiencing chest pains.

Okay, no surprise there. You’d have chest pains, too, if Jesus were unexpectedly resurrected inside your chest cavity. The human chest cavity simply wasn’t designed for such a celestial homecoming.

Or was it?

If the Divine Plan is – and always was – to resurrect Jesus inside an evangelical’s chest… well, it seems like rather poor planning, doesn’t it? Not exactly Intelligent Design. In the very least, it might have been helpful – or polite – to have sent some advance notice, maybe an email – particularly to the person who was to receive such a glorious but awkward visitation.

I like when they show the man on camera and the lower-third graphic, the on-screen identifier, has his name and a short definition – the explanation for why we’re watching a video clip of him:

“Reynaldo Farinas: Sees Jesus in X-ray.”

How would you like that to be the 4-word summation of your life?

Farinas says, “This never happened to me.” I can accept that. In fact, it never happened to anyone.

But perhaps I’m being unfair, too much of a stickler for proper grammar, because what he likely meant was, “This never happened to me before,” in which case he is expressing surprise that Jesus never previously spontaneously generated inside his chest.

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Most Tattooed woman

Isobel Varley is a 71 year old british lady who is completely addicted to tattoos. This addiction started in 1986 (she was 49 years old then) when Isobel and her husband visited a tattoo convention in London. Her life tranged forever. She was amazed by the beauty of the tattoos, and also by the fact that the tattooed people there were nice normal people with all types of professions. It was right there that she decided to get a tattoo too, and what was to be only a little bird on her back evolved into an addiction (she got her second tattoo the same day she got her first) that soon spread over her entire body and life. She never stopped getting tattoos, and even shaved her head to use it as a canvas. But she says she does have a limit: her face will not be touched. But all the rest will, and that means her head, limbs, belly, back... and even "down there" (yes, you know what I mean!).

Her website is really interesting to visit. In "My Story" (I put a link below) she tells her story and shares lots of pictures of her being tattooed and all of her tattoos (some are very graphic, be warned), from the first one to the most recent ones (the recent are mostly touch ups, since she already covered nearly all of her body, except for her face, the soles of her feet, and some areas on her hands and ears). She is registered in the Guinnes World Records as The World’s Most Tattooed Senior Woman since 2000. Some of the tattoos are very pretty, others not so much. But hey, she's having her fun and that is what matters!

I really liked to know her story and visit her website. It's nice to see someone doing what she wants, not caring for what others may think or say. It's a good lesson for all of us, not only in terms of tattoos but in all the areas of our lifes. I recommend this site, and I don't have any tattoos! :)


Exclusive Tattooed Chicks Interview With Isobel Varley

Isobel Varley You got your first tattoo aged 49, did you think that your love for them would go as far as it has?

I only expected to have the odd one or two tattoos but once started it was virtually impossible to stop.

What initiated your interest in tattoos?

When I went to my first tattoo convention I saw how beautiful they could be and I also saw that tattoos were acceptable for anybody, not just one group of people in society.

Do you enjoy the process of getting tattooed?

I don't like the pain but the finished work is the carrot and the pain is soon forgotten.

What is the story behind the theme on your head?

I asked the tattooist to do something really different and I just left it to him and it was not until the work was quite advanced that I had any idea what the theme was.

What is it like being an icon for many tattooed women out there?

I am always happy to answer people's questions and I don't really think of myself as being any different a person to that which I was before I had tattoos.

What are your future plans regrading tattoos and life in general?

I get pleasure out of meeting like minded people and hence I enjoy going to tattoo conventions.

Is there anybody over the years that has influenced you and made you into who you are today?

I don't think there has been any significant external influence.

What does your friends and family think of your love of tattoos?

Some people don't comment whilst others say that what I do with my body is up to me and they like to see what I have had done.

What is it like being a Guinness World record Holder?

Never really think about it.

Is there anything else you wish to say?

There are various forms of body modification that people have and some I am not particularly keen on but I do not criticise them for having them. I never try to force my opinion on others about tattooing and I think that having a tattoo is a personal decision and should be thought about very carefully.

I would just like to take this opportunity to thank Isobel for taking the time to do this interview
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11 year old boy declared as the reincarnation of holy spirit

A US boy is not going back to school - after he was declared the reincarnation of a Buddhist holy man who first died in 1250.

Boston-born Jigme Wangchuk, 11, has now moved to India where he has been made the head of a Buddhist sect in the country's eastern Darjeeling city.


His parents say they discovered their son was not like other children two years ago when he started talking about his "past life". At first, they dismissed it as a childish fantasy, but began taking it seriously during a trip to a monastery in Mysore, southern India.At one point, he went into a trance in which he described a celebrated Buddhist monastery with a 35ft dragon on the roof.

After hearing his description of the temple he had never visited, the monks proclaimed he was the reincarnation of the 'Rinpoche' or high priest Galwa Lorepa, the founder of one of the four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism.Now he will spent the next ten years in virtual seclusion and only be able to communicate with his former school friends by email."It has been a very difficult period for us over the past two years. I have been crying for the past five months, but have, at last, come to terms with it," said his mother Dechen."When we were in New Delhi on our way to Darjeeling, I asked him whether he would like to go back to Boston. He said he has to fulfil his responsibilities to his people."But for 'His Holiness' Jigme, there's no regrets: "I will miss my school days but I am happy in my new role. I like it here," he said.
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The Sleeping Girl of Turville


Click here to visit Nell Rose's website. Nell Rose published an article titled The sleeping girl of turville.
 The Sleeping Girl of Turville


A Ninteenth Century Mystery.

On may 15, 1859, a child was born, She was the tenth child from a family of twelve. Her name was Ellen Sadler. there was nothing particularly remarkable about her, or any of the other children. Until Thursday, march 29, 1871, Ellen went to bed as usuall and did'nt wake up.and just like a sleeping beauty, she didn't wake for nearly ten years.

The story starts in a sleepy little village in the heart of the English countryside. Turville is situated in the Hambleden valley, in between Oxford and Buckinghamshire. About 400 people lived in the scattered parish, and the village was mainly dominated by the Bailey family who lived at Turville Court.

At the corner of school lane there lay an old cottage, that is still there. It was owned by a farm labourer called Frewen, his wife Ann, and her children,. the children were from her first marriage to a man called Sadler.
The day started off normally, Frewen and the children got up and went about their business, but itt wasn't until they realised that Ellen wasn't getting ready, that they began to suspect there was something wrong. Ellen was a quiet child most of the time, sedate, and thoughtful.

She was also known to be dreamy, and had a listless manner about her which could be quite disturbing. Sometimes her distant expression and melancholy ways, made her brothers and sisters, leave her to her own thoughts, knowing that she didn't want to join in with their childish games and sports. She didn't have any friends and most of the time, she just sat at the bedroom window looking out at the world.

She had a great reverence for sacred things, and was always good and obedient, but it troubled her mother that she would sit for hours, by the fireside, with her head in her hands, staring at the flames and watching the shadows as they danced across the walls.

In fact the only time she would show any animation was when her father would return from the nearest tavern slightly the worst for wear, and she would give him a good talking too.!
At eleven years old, coming from an impoverished village, she had to start work. Her parents sent her to Marlow to become a nursemaid for a family with two young children.

This employment didn't last for long. Her fits of somnolence became regular and she became so stupid and useless (the words used at the time), that her mistress could not keep her.
After she had been discharged from the job, she started to complain about a constant pain in her head, evidently it was much more than just a normal headache,her parents became worried and sent her to a doctor in nearby Marlow, who diagnosed an abscess.

Poor little Ellen was sent to Reading hospital, and stayed there for seventeen weeks. Feeling a little bit better, she was sent home to Turville on Tuesday, March 27, 1871.
Two days later, on the Thursday, Ellen went to sleep.

A Dr. Hayman, from nearby Stockenchurch, rushed in his pony and trap, as quickly as he could , but by the time he got there, she couldn't be roused. as she lay there, apparently dead, her almost imperceptible breathing was the only thing showed she still had life in her body.

So began what even the great paper, The Times, called , 'one of the most astounding, inexplicable, physiological phenomena ever known'.

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The Brown lady

The picture immediately at the top was taken in 1936. It purports to show the ghost of the 'Brown Lady' who haunts Raynham Hall in England. The image is widely believed to be one of the best and most convincing of all the known photographs of ghosts. In many publications it is presented as actual photographic proof of the existence of ghosts.

According to legend, the Brown Lady of Raynham is the ghost of Lady Townshend who was married to Charles Townshend, a man known for his fiery temper. When Charles learned of his wife's infidelity, he punished her by imprisoning her in the family estate at Raynham Hall, located in Norfolk, England. He never allowed her to leave its premises, not even to see her children. She remained there until her death, when she was an old woman.

Over the next two centuries Lady Townshend's ghost was repeatedly sighted wandering through Raynham Hall, suggesting that she never left its premises even after her death.

For instance, in the early nineteenth century King George IV saw her while he was staying at the hall. He said that she stood beside his bed wearing a brown dress, and that her face was pale and her hair disheveled.

In 1835 Colonel Loftus sighted her. He was visiting the house for the Christmas holidays and was walking to his room late one night when he saw a figure standing in the hall in front of him. The figure was wearing a brown dress. He tried to see who the woman was, but she mysteriously disappeared.

The next week Colonel Loftus again saw the figure. This time, however, he got a better look at her. He said she was an aristocratic looking woman. She was wearing the same brown satin dress, and her skin glowed with a pale luminescence, but, to his horror, her eyes had been gouged out.

Colonel Loftus told others of his experience, and more people then came forward to say that they too had seen a strange figure. An artist drew a painting of the 'brown lady' (as she was now known), and this picture was then hung in the room where she was most frequently seen.

A few years later the novelist Captain Frederick Marryat was staying at Raynham Hall. He decided to spend the night in the room in which she was most frequently seen. He studied the painting of her and waited to see her, but she never appeared that night.

However, a few days later he was walking down an upstairs hallway with two friends when they suddenly saw the brown lady. She was carrying a lantern and glided past them as they cowered behind a door. According to Marryat she grinned at them in a 'diabolical manner'. Before she disappeared, Marryat leapt out from behind the door and fired at her with a pistol that he happened to be carrying. The bullet passed through her and lodged in a wall.

The brown lady continued to be sighted by various people over the next century. However, the most remarkable sighting of her occurred on September 19, 1936.

Two photographers, Captain Provand and Indre Shira, were on assignment at Raynham Hall for the magazine Country Life. According to Shira, this is what happened:

"Captain Provand took one photograph while I flashed the light. He was focusing for another exposure; I was standing by his side just behind the camera with the flashlight pistol in my hand, looking directly up the staircase. All at once I detected an ethereal veiled form coming slowly down the stairs. Rather excitedly, I called out sharply: 'Quick, quick, there's something.' I pressed the trigger of the flashlight pistol. After the flash and on closing the shutter, Captain Provand removed the focusing cloth from his head and turning to me said: 'What's all the excitement about?'"

When they developed the picture they found that they had captured the image of a ghostly woman, apparently the famous brown lady, drifting down the stairs. The picture was published in Country Life on December 16, 1936.

Skeptics, however, argue that the picture is a fake. The photo analyst Joe Nickell examined the photograph and concluded that it was nothing more than two images composited together.

(Fantasy Sketch of the Brown Lady)

While the picture of her might be a fake, there is nothing to prove that the brown lady of Raynham herself isn't real, although she has rarely been sighted since 1936 (although the late Marchioness of Townshend told Dennis Bardens in the 1960s that she had seen the figure several times).

The absence of Lady Townshend from Raynham Hall may be due to the fact that she reportedly also haunts Sandringham House, and so it could be that she is simply choosing to spend her time there instead. At Sandringham she appears as her young, happy self, whereas in Raynham she appears as the eerie, aged brown lady.
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Hospital Ghost

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Tulip Staircase Ghost

Tulip Staircase Ghost

Photograph was taken in 1966.

The photographer intended to take a photograph of the staircase, but when the photo was developed, he realized he captured much more. The figure of a spirit can be seen clutching the railing of the staircase. Experts at Kodak examined the negatives, and maintain that no tampering took place.

The photograph shows a shrouded figure climbing the stairs, grasping the railing with both hands. Experts have failed to find any evidence of tampering or fraud. Wonderful!
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Crying child sense dead child in a room


The following photo was sent to us via email by Emma. She writes:

At first glance you can't see anything but if you look to the right of the second girl's legs, you will see the head of a child. I believe it to be a ghost as there is nobody behind them. Plus, the child in the picture is crying, and they say that children are more likely to sense a spirit in the room than adults. Even more mysterious is that all of the women in this photo have since passed away.
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