This Photo Gives Me Some Chills
By arbie bee
April 25, 2016 3:33am CST
A few weeks ago, I took some photos while the sun was about to set. This is one of the photos and while scanning those pictures, they gave me some chills. I know there's nothing scary with it but I don't know what I might just see. It just reminds me of what my mother told me before. When I was younger, like I was about three, my mother had let me sit on a chair outside our house, facing west, while she's doing some house chores. After a while, she then heard me cry and when she asked me what it was, I cried while I was pointing at our backyard near the west fence very scared and I said that there was an old man, and then I started pointing going to our neighbor's house. She immediately took me inside the house because she didn't see anyone where I was pointing at. After a week, one of the male relatives of our neighbor died. Do you see something strange from the photo? Do you have any ghost encounters?
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25 Apr 16
There is a saying that when a spirit appears, someone will die. I'm quite fond of ghost stories since childhood and I like taking pictures in the dark or something like your photo because I was hoping to see something. My former worker at a factory and I will stay up during our midnight break every night shift and he'll photograph certain places where he feels something. Surely enough, every photo has shadows and humanoid figures that are too obvious to dismiss. I also photograph a pathway in the dark out of whim when I was doing laundry that night. The next morning, I was stunned to see various shadows and there's an actually figure of a man with arms that appear to be raising. Too bad I don't have it anymore because my old phone got busted.
23 Jul 16
@brokenbee I remember back then when I was a kid, our neighbor had a mango tree. And at night, fireflies would flocked at the upper portion of the tree. Locals would say that a fairy lived there. They say that mango trees are portals to kingdoms of the unknown. You know how old folks believe in that but until now I always wonder if its true...
• Sturgis, Michigan
26 Apr 16
I the picture's very pretty. As for ghost encounters, I don't know what to call it, but a few times I've had things I have no explication for happening, I wake up to a little girl laughing and running around, a heavy jar flying off of the fridge, and doors opening on their own. I really have no explanation to it.