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Ghostly Face in the Mist

by John

Ghostly Face

Ghostly Face

Whilst visiting London at Christmas '09 for the very first time, my wife and I decided to take in some of the attractions. One of these was Madame Tussauds.

Having taken lots of photos during our stay in the capital, I noticed when I arrived home that orbs could be seen only on the photos taken at Madame Tussauds. On closer examination, I had noticed in one particular photo a mist between my wife and the waxwork model of Peggy Mitchell. Looking closer again I saw what seems to be a skull at the top of the mist.

I am a bit of a skeptic but can't give a reason for this.

Note: Madame Tussauds is a wax museum with locations in major cities all over the world. They feature life-sized wax figures of celebrities and famous people.

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Ghostly Face in the Mist

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Apr 08, 2011
by: Jay Jay

Ummm... I am kind of skeptical about this but I have no explanation.

Nov 12, 2010
Second light souce
by: Anonymous

Looks to me like there's a second bright light source - either a spot light in the ceiling or a reflection coming from behind and to the right of the photographer.

Sep 16, 2010
by: Anonymous Me

I am a drama techie and looking at the lights you can see that the skull is coming from inside the lighting block itself. And the glow is also from the light, sorry, good pic of babs tho :)

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