Yep, circling alleged ghosts on the photographs is one of the annoying bits - the other one is opening the picture in hope to see a larger version of it and yet finding another one of the same size..Why would you create a link to the photo that is no different from the previous one? *sigh
*..It looks quite convincing, but it is a small picture. .Anyone who'd judge on it being real or not for them should be able to examine it in full size. .I have no such possibility, unfortunately...There is a hint in the story though, that (assuming that the story itself is real), might
add some credibility to the picture..One of the supposed witnesses stated that "...I was shocked to see another woman's shadow in the picture. She looked like a priestess in long white clothes."
.She's not talking about the same photo, yet the silhouette on this one resembles a woman in some long white robe with a belt...And one more thing, a common question in here appeared again - why would anyone take a picture of the stairs?.I don't find it as strange as it appears, there may be many reasons...One of them is being interested in paranormal, which you all should well understand. It often takes just one of us having a camera and being in the place where supposedly there could be something interesting to be found, to produce such photo..And we do take pictures randomly sometimes, innit? At least I find this exact location curious - looking up the stairs, unable to peek through the darkness on the left... who knows what might show up on the pic?
.It's an ever-present human factor - curiosity...Secondly, the building is (was) renovated, so it could simply be a part of the job - to photograph the place before and after for comparison. They do it sometimes. It's curious why one would take a picture in the darkness though - there may be no windows there, but then I'd bring along some additional light if I wanted a decent outcome...Someone might have also liked the railing for some reason - pretty weird, but hell, tastes shouldn't be discussed.
..Anyway, one way or another, that's one very curious picture, mate..And it must have been a nice hotel...
Edited by iwona, 23 January 2009 - 05:23 AM.