Spirit in Limbo

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UploadedJune 18, 2009
TakenOctober 11, 2007
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D40X
Exposure20 sec at f/3.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO800
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I later found out that the lady in the window... killed herself. She kept waiting on her husband to return home from WWII. Once she received the news of his death.. she committed suicide in his old bedroom. - this picture was taken one year after I moved out of the home. The house was empty. - I had just walked through the house prior to the photo. - Can you see her? ----------- I lived in this 160yr old plantation home for over a year, only to see and hear things i cannot explain. After speaking with the remaining family members, I decided to review my old photos and.... (i have a few different photos to explain how there is no way in hell, she could have highlights on the front of her body, when she is hidden behind the shadow of the chimney. Think about it. A old street light was about 75 yards left of the home as you see it. If you read the shadow off the chimney you can get an idea of the angle of light. What do you think?

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