5. The caboose companion:
“I live in a train station and own this caboose. In this photo of my brother and his girlfriend, there seems to be a face and hand above the number. Just the three of us were there at the time.”
6. The Southern specter:
“This was taken at Sultan’s Palace in New Orleans, where a gruesome massacre took place in the 1800s. People who’d been enjoying a party one evening were all murdered. Perhaps this photo captured one of the party guests?”
—Megan McManigal, via email
7. The dining room demon:
“The house I grew up in was definitely haunted. My mom took these pictures of my siblings and me on Christmas. You can see something going in and out of the light fixtures, not just covering them. It was only in one of the shots.”
9. The nighttime nuisance:
“One night I was at my mom’s house with my boyfriend. He saw slow flashes of light, went to the hallway, and saw someone walking down the hall toward us. It stopped in the doorway. Later we decided to get a bunch of disposable cameras. There is a shadow of this…thing…in most of the pictures — and it wasn’t a wrist strap.”
16. The skeleton spook:
“My cousin took this photo of us on that setting that takes, like, five pictures at a time. I’m the one in the window. My face came out this way in only one shot, but it still freaks me out to look at it.”
17. The baby’s best friend:
“We turned on our daughter’s monitor one night and found this looking back at us. We usually point it toward her, but she likes to play with the camera, so we moved it. She always falls asleep talking to herself…but now we think she’s talking to something.”
18. And the fridge fright:
“I lived in this house for a while. The girl in the picture is my6-year-old cousin who always told us there was a ‘mean man’ there. The day we moved, we were joking around and put her on top of the refrigerator…and it looks like we found the mean man.”
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