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Ectoplasm in Virginia City Cemetery

Ectoplasm in Virginia City Cemetery


My family lives in Reno, Nevada. My daughter had gone up to Virginia City to take pictures for a high school English project. She bought a disposable camera and proceeded to take photos about the town. The last place she visited was the old cemetery on the northern hill overlooking Virginia City. After doing some paper rubbings of various grave stones, she proceeded to take photos of some of the old gravesites. What you see in this picture (click on for larger) defies explanation! Did she unknowingly capture a ghostly picture of ectoplasm?

Take a closer look! This photo has not been manipulated. No one was smoking while the photo was being taken. This is actually the 20th picture on a roll of 24 exposures and none of the other photos displayed this strange phenomenon! You be the judge!

--Mark Easter
thenakedtruth@easterfilms.com

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