A woman was compelled to take a photo of a crash site while on her way home from coming back from college. After she reviewed the images, she noticed something strange in one of them. She sent the photo to the paranormal website Ghost Study to be analyzed.
Danielle Niblett of Pasadena, Maryland recently submitted a photo to Ghost Study that she believes might be evidence of the supernatural. In the photo, a white figure is seen hovering near the scene of a car crash.
"I took this photo while passing a crash site on my way home from college. I didn't notice the ghostly image until a friend of mine told me that they could see the wrecked SUV behind the firefighters. I zoomed into the right side of the photo for a closer look and I was a little freaked at what I saw. I showed it to my family and my grandmother then mentioned that I should share it with those that would appreciate it most. What we see in the picture is what we believe to be a spirit leaving the accident scene. If that is the case, I think your viewers would appreciate seeing it too," Niblett said to Jim Eaton of Ghost Study.
Some people think that it might be debris that was on Niblett's camera lens or her car window. Other folks think that it might actually be a spirit leaving the body or a guardian angel that was visiting the scene.
"It looks like a spirit exiting the accident scene to us too or possibly a guardian angel on the scene. We also see what appears to be a protective glow surrounding what seems to be a spirit body within and lastly, the spirit seems to be trailing away as if moving up and away from the location," Eaton said in response to the photo.
What do you think the eerie figure is? Is it a smudge on the lens? Is it a hoax? Could it be a ghost? Post your opinion in the comment section below.
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