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    Any photoshop experience?

    I had someone email this pic. They do graphic work for an advertising agency. The sender claims this is untouched.

    Anyone have an explanation? Photoshop or freaky photo?

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      #3
      I've seen this before. They claim it's an old photo before photoshop and authentic. The girls were twins and one died
      Tuesday is soylent green day

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        #4
        I'm not computer savvy, but the sender is.
        They said they scanned the area around the girl alone, and also the two girls in the water. They also did some sort of pixel transfer count?
        Four of the graphics guys all said this photo is untouched. They are 80% sure the pic is from a closed down cemetery in the UK, in approx 1908-1911 era.
        Some creepy shit.

        I'm looking at some other pics they sent.... there are six creepy pics of different things from the past, all untouched they claim.
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            #6
            either it is a complete fake or a double exposure, that happened alot on old roll films

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              Originally posted by Necio View Post
              I had someone email this pic. They do graphic work for an advertising agency. The sender claims this is untouched.

              Anyone have an explanation? Photoshop or freaky photo?



              If you remove the impossible, then whatever is left, however improbable, must be the truth.

              These fun joke pictures were all the rage in the victorian era. they did double exposures, they spliced film, they actually put paper cutouts here and there. they did the whole shooting box.

              There is no such thing as ghosts. come on. do you still believe in santa claus? Therefore what you see in this picture requires, by virtue of being all that is left, to be a fake of some kind.

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                Didn't say I believe in ghosts... just sharing a pic.

                Not a double exposure. One girl is holding her hands and appears to be looking forward too.

                And santa is real. I have a choo choo train as proof!
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Necio View Post
                  Didn't say I believe in ghosts... just sharing a pic.

                  Not a double exposure. One girl is holding her hands and appears to be looking forward too.

                  And santa is real. I have a choo choo train as proof!
                  Coward. Of course you were.

                  Now, while we're here, is this a ghost pillar? Or perhaps, perhaps, a vampire pillar? We can understand why no grave, that 'fits the story', but why no random broken pillar?

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                      Originally posted by Absolutely! View Post

                      Coward. Of course you were.

                      Now, while we're here, is this a ghost pillar? Or perhaps, perhaps, a vampire pillar? We can understand why no grave, that 'fits the story', but why no random broken pillar?

                      The broken pillar looks smaller than the girl, and further away from the water. No shadow.
                      Maybe the dead pillar's twin didn't feel like showing up.
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                        #12
                        I'd say all fake. The reflections are not correct. From that vantage point you wouldn't see reflections of say, the trees, set that far back
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Sock View Post

                          Sir Conan Doyle was genius.



                          Many believe such, but state that they believe in the soul, angels, etc. I keep an open mind to all.
                          my mind is closed like a steel trap. If I can't see it, feel it, taste it or spend it, it ain't there.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Absolutely! View Post



                            If you remove the impossible, then whatever is left, however improbable, must be the truth.

                            These fun joke pictures were all the rage in the victorian era. they did double exposures, they spliced film, they actually put paper cutouts here and there. they did the whole shooting box.

                            There is no such thing as ghosts. come on. do you still believe in santa claus? Therefore what you see in this picture requires, by virtue of being all that is left, to be a fake of some kind.
                            yes i do believe in santa . every year i get a box in the mail from him. he gives me a card with twenty bucks in it, and usually some cookies. he has been saying for the last few years his hip has been bothering him, and cant get down the chimney anymore. no one else but santa would send me a package.

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                              #15
                              If you kill santa, you become santa.

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