Josh Martin

Ghosts Caught on Camera
Ghosts Caught on Camera

This gives me goosebumps! A woman from Cleveland, Texas captured the image of what she believes to be a ghost on camera. She was attempting to take a picture of her son at Cleveland High School when she captured the specter of a man and a woman standing behind a chain-link fence. The man appears to be wearing a leisure suit, leading Davis to believe he is from the 1970s. Do you think it’s real? See the pictures here: http://tinyurl.com/cwbxofh

Also, a man in the UK claims to have found the image of Jesus in a stain on his T-shirt. He saw the outline of Jesus Christ with his arms outstretched appear on his shirt after he spilled fabric softener on his clothes. Jesus or the Fonz? See the picture here: http://tinyurl.com/c6jufys

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