What first comes to your minds when you think of super natural things is ghosts? Would it be ole Casper, who I wrote a blog posting about awhile back?
No, I mean real ghosts or poltergeists. Actually I mean ghost. A poltergeist is is neither a ghost nor a haunting. They are caused by the unconscious mind of a living person, usually under some kind of stress. Where as a ghost is the spirit of a person supposedly caught between this plane of existence and the next. They are suppose to be intelligent beings that are quite capable of interacting with the living.
I found this picture in my Ripley's Believe It or Not book. I also found the same picture on the Internet. It was easier to copy the one from the Internet than go to the trouble of scanning a page of book. This photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln was taken many years after Abraham Lincoln's death. So who is that standing behind her?
I suppose the photographer could have tampered with the picture. It would have been a lot harder way back then before Photo-Shop was in existence. I did a recent blog about seeing images of faces in wall paper designs but this picture goes a little further than that. Part of the image spills over onto Mary Todd's shoulders.
OK, I will leave it up to you all. What do you think? Is it fake or is it real? I tend to lean toward the fake side but I better be careful, Old Abe never lied and he just may come visit me to make sure I know it was him in truth. . . So, if you don't hear from me tomorrow, I may still be in shock, or still running , or even worse (grin). Now don't you have too spooky a day but enjoy the first day of this weekend, you hear?