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Correction officers think devilish image on hood of state vehicle is paranormal

Kentucky correction officer finds devilish image on hood of state vehicle
Photos courtesy of Kentucky Department of Corrections

A Kentucky correction officer was going home for the night and as she was walking to her car, she noticed an eerie image on the hood of one of the prison's transportation vehicles. The guard was so scared that she radioed other officers to come for help, and one of them snapped a photo of the image and sent it to Ghost Study for examination.

Little Sandy Correctional Complex Lieutenant Brian Swint recently submitted a photo to Ghost Study of what he believes to be evidence of paranormal activity. In the photo, an evil looking face composed of a thin film of water droplets can be seen on the hood of one of the state transportation vehicles belonging to the Kentucky Department of Corrections.

"This was on the hood of one of our state cars in the parking lot after several hours, when the dew fell, all cars were covered except this one. The dew only fell on one spot on the entire car creating this formation. Now no one wants to drive this car on transportation trips. In the days past this has not appeared again on any cars," Lieutenant Brian Swint said to Jim Eaton of Ghost Study.

According to Swint, employees of the prison believe that the car is evil and it is haunted. People that have viewed the photo have mixed feelings about it as some believe it is supernatural and others think it is some type of prank or hoax.

"I guess, in my opinion, it would most likely have one of three explanations. Either supernatural, photo manipulation or someone wiped off all the dew accept in that one area of the car, thus creating that image as a prank. Do you know the person that took the photo?" Eaton said in response to the photo.

"Yes, the pictures were taken by Lieutenant Black and Officer Lewis and there are 24-hour camera footage which we reviewed and no one ever went near the cars. Also there is an entry post officer 15 feet away and she said no one went near that area of the parking lot. The entire car was bone dry front to back. The image was the only area that collected dew, all other state cars were completely covered with dew. The officer which was relieved that night who had worked entry post walked by and saw the image as she was leaving to go to her car, she radioed us to come over and see it because she was scared to death. My thought is, there will be something tragic happening in that car, just my feeling," Swint said.

What do you think the eerie figure is? Is it a real person? Is it a hoax? Could it be a ghost? Sound off with opinions in the comment section below.

For more ghostly photos and scary stories, visit Ghost Study's website and be sure to check out Jim Eaton's book The Best Of Ghosts Caught On Film.

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