Paul and I, along with our daughter Mel, visited the famous battlegrounds of Culloden, Scotland. It was here where Paul and Mel thought they heard cannon fire. Shortly after hearing the booming noises Paul took this picture. We didn’t see any mists when the picture was taken so were surprised to see it here. Note: this photo was taken by a waterproof 35mm camera.
Shrewsbury Abbey, England
Paul took this photo when we visited this lovely ruin. I took a photo right beside him and didn’t get anything. This photo has caused a lot of comment so look closely! While many people think they
see a woman holding a baby in the
window, it’s really a play on light on
the brick work behind the window.
This is a classic case of pareidolia.
Paranormal Energy, Vancouver
One of our investigators, who was sitting in a chair, was struck with a strange bout of laughing and couldn’t stop. We changed seats when I had a sudden urge to take this photo. No one saw this white mass when I took the picture and it’s gone in the control photo taken seconds later. While it may be dust in front of the lens, we really don’t know what it is.
Canterbury Cathedral, England
Paul took this photo with his digital camera. Canterbury Cathedral is a beautiful place to visit and has an odd energy. When we were in the crypt, I saw a shadow get up and follow Paul. I looked around to see if someone was walking in front of a light and causing the shadow but no one was there except us!
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