Did I do more than perhaps experience the ghost children at the Shilo Inn when I stayed there? Did I perhaps capture a picture of a ghost?
I believed I had never even taken any photos with “orbs” in them. (“Orbs” are in quotes because I think 99% of ones people try to claim as evidence of “ghosts” are not. I’m fairly sure even the ones in this photo I’ll be talking about also fall into that category. But at first blush it is sort of exciting to see the anomalies.)
Anyway, the first time I realized I had a picture with “orbs” in it was when Lewis from Southern Spirit Guide posted a comment on my Update on Paranormal Experiences at Salt Lake City’s Shiloh Inn that there were “orbs” on the photo of the room I’d stayed in. There were.
Then, a little over a month ago, another reader, Laura, commented on the orbs. I looked again and was again amazed to see them. I guess I had forgotten Lewis had originally pointed them out. (My mind is not what it once was obviously.)
However, Laura also pointed something else out. A possible picture of a ghost in one of the pictures on the wall. Here’s the photo of the hotel room I stayed in that I posted in Update on Paranormal Experience at Salt Lake City’s Shiloh Inn:
Laura clicked on it to see the “orbs” better. She left a comment about what she saw when she did this.
There is a reflection behind the lamp on the picture hanging on the wall. Towards the bottom of the tall pine tree in that picture is the face of a woman looking towards the bed. She has on red lipstick and a black, ruffled neckline on her shirt or dress. Is that your reflection?
I enlarged it too and immediately saw what could be a picture of a ghost. It’s not my reflection. It could be the lamp somehow casting a shadow and combining with the way the flowers are in the painting to look like a woman’s face with a high ruffled collar.
I’m not sure what it is. All I had wanted to do was take a picture for posterity of the hotel room from my first work trip. Did I instead capture a picture of a ghost and not even know it?