THE SHORT: For those that don’t want to read the long description, here is the short one: The guy who took this picture had one child who was standing next to him at the time of the picture. He had just built the deck, and he took pictures from three angles – this is the only angle in which the figure appeared.
THE LONG: This house is across the street from me. My neighbor is the owner, and he also owns the auto repair garage which is nearly across the street from me. He also plows my driveway. And he helps in the summer with his gigantic excavating tools and 12 foot rototiller. An all around “get’er’done kinda guy. He has always been an awesome, but he’s also that gruff, no-nonsense guy – not the type of guy that would make up ghost stories. He used to live in the house pictured above, and when he moved out of it, he built the porch and was preparing everything so that he could begin renting it out.
I was out in my yard talking to him one sunny day, telling him about an idea I had for a short story. I called it “The girl in the window.” He asked me why I would call it that, and then he proceeded to tell me the story of the picture we are looking at. I had imagined coming home, pulling in the driveway and seeing a girl in my upstairs window, and the similarity was just too much for him to hold back his story.
At the time of this picture, there were, on his word, no kids in the house. There was no one in the house at all. He points out specifically that there were no grandkids yet. They took the picture to a psychic who talked about a ghost. The psychic reading on the picture holds no weight with me. But just because a psychic said it, doesn’t mean it’s not true.
This is the best ghost pic I have ever seen (whether it’s real or not) and the coolest thing is, this came not from an internet search, but from a neighbor. How many pictures are there just floating around in the world, held on to by a culture that doesn’t post things on the net? Thousands? It gives me hope, the great mystery of life.
9 thoughts on “Paranormal Wednesday – girl in the window”
Thanks Morgan! I couldn’t believe my luck, just falling into that picture – especially because it happened when I was talking about writing, not when I was talking about investigating the paranormal.
Certainly intrigued by this one. Have you seen the images he took either side of this? Great shot, and certainly a good deal more believable than some of those we get sent.
Thanks! I was intrigued too. I asked for the other shots, he said he had them somewhere but he’d have to look. I have taken so many pics on my ghost-hunts and have never come up with anything like this. Thank you for your comment!
I reckon what’d make the story better is if you call it “The Little Girl in the Window”. Always more weird if a child is involved …
I agree with you 100 percent! But I may not actually call the story by that name at all. I don’t have the whole thing written yet, but I may be coming up with a better name! Great to hear from you M.R. The further I get in your book, the more impressed I am with you. I may have to stop reading all else until I’m done so we can talk about it. I have questions!
OOOH. Good one. A true ghost story AND a pic. Nice.
Thanks! I’m glad you liked this. I had a feeling you might! Thanks for the links to my site! You rock!