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hunting hound

Postby MAGIC » Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:24 pm

This is My friend Gem (not her real name).

Gem loves to go hunting....and so does her dog.

In this case, the old dog is still with her, just in spirit.

Her bloodhound is in this photo, if you can find it.

Photo is authentic, but not to be used elsewhere.
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Re: hunting hound

Postby Jemm » Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:41 pm

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got me beat on that one Magic :don'tknow:
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Re: hunting hound

Postby MAGIC » Sat Mar 03, 2012 10:51 pm

highlighted area is where the dog is
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Re: hunting hound

Postby aufo8mycow » Sun Mar 04, 2012 6:16 am

Hmmmmm, sorry, all I can see is patterns made by the branches, nothing more. sorry.
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Re: hunting hound

Postby Jemm » Sun Mar 04, 2012 6:33 am

I've looked & looked but can't see it either , sorry Magic. :think:
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Re: hunting hound

Postby MAGIC » Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:50 am

Cropped from top left. The right hand side of cropped portion shows the barrel of the shotgun. Look closely and you will see the dog. Both Gem and I know he is there.

I have another photo which I know there are spirits in it. Only someone who can really see them can really see these. There are both light and dark spirits in the other photo I have. At this time, I wont post it.



The reason I edited it is because it was a personal photo.

Both Gem and I know the hound is there.

I understand what others have said, but I see what I see. Sometimes I see different things to others, but thats what makes us unique. It doesnt make us wrong.
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Re: hunting hound

Postby aufo8mycow » Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:09 am

Without sounding rude Magic and please take this as constructive, I think you are looking too hard for things that may not be there. We can see spirits in lots of things, photographs and objects but that doesn't make them supernatural. All that photo shows is a collection of branches and to say it's a spirit of a Dog doesn't make any sense especially as those branches grew like that more or likely before the dogs death, think about it. Again, just because one person agrees with you doesn't mean it's confirmed. also to say only certain people can see an image says more about your image than it does about the person looking at it, I can assure you if there is a real spirit in a photo 99.999999% of the population will see it. the other 0.000001% have no head......
I understand you haven't been into the paranormal long and I hope we can show you some amazing things but also show you how you can look at images without jumping to a conclusion that something has a ghost in it just because it's a funny shape. and also help to identify whats real and whats not (not to mention my pet hate 'ORBS' which are just nonsense propergated by very cheap TV shows)
I've examined and researched many many images and like most members here we can get a feel for something and know straight off if it's interesting or not.
Again, I'm not trolling you here as I think you are quite passionate about the subject so hope we can help you grow and put you down the right path and i hope this doesn't discourage you posting your images but please be prepared for criticism and understand that not everyone will agree with you, that's the nature of discussions :)
As above, I would urge you to read up on pareidolia which will perhaps help you understand more where I am coming from and allow you to be more judgmental on photography examination.
Hope all that helps, take care

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Re: hunting hound

Postby aufo8mycow » Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:15 am

Sorry, one more thing I thought I would give you some examples

Now.. to me this looks like 2 eggs in a tray (I have aspergers anyway so struggle with stuff like faces blah) but to you it will look like a face.
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I like this one... a rock spirit... or a cliff face? (cliff face... see what I did there?... lol sorry... my degree was geology)
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Jesus on Toast.... or just a burned bit of bread?
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I also like this one... a spooky skull where the ghost got lost and formed himself into a mundane leaf... or just a leaf?
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Or perhaps why we are the subject of strange branch shapes... how about this one... a tree or a woman who is so uptight she has become wood!
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EVERYONE of those is naturally occurring.
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Re: hunting hound

Postby Jemm » Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:08 am

Thanks for helping out on this subject..Aufo8mycow...you have given a great summery on pareidolia.
Magic we have some fantastic topics here on Aussie Ghosts to help you understand and help with various subjects on the Paranormal..
Aufo, gave you some good examples..

On this Forum we have quite a few members who specialise in various feilds..
we have professional photographers who can get right down to the nitty gritty of any photograph posted here..
this is fantastic in helping debunk many photos or to clear up any doubts.
I even had a photo that for all intents and purposes looked like an old man in period costume glaring at me from behind a tree...it took quite sometime to put it through the hoops but what it all boiled down to was an amazing play on light bouncing of raindrops on wet leaves..and the result was amazing...
It is extremely rare to actually capture a spirit in a photo and if that does happen well you'll be a very rich man.

Back to the members..
some here are university majors , graduates, professionals in many fields, the most common aspect of all the members is ,
we've all had experiences in the paranormal in some shape or form or we wouldn't be here..
you name it we'll have it covered..
we're all here to learn and learn as much as we can,without taking offence to comments we discuss and we're here to share experiences, to post our photos and get advice and to help eachother in any way we can.
If we don't have the info needed in here we'll do our best to get it for you from outside sources.

With the photo you have posted here , I could pass it on to one of our USA contacts but I know he'll say exactly as Aufo has indicated.

Please check out the subjects we have here , its a fantastic learning curve . Enjoy :thumbsup:
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Re: hunting hound

Postby Jemm » Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:58 pm

Removing and editing your post is not a problem Magic , thats your perogative :thumbsup:

Aufo8mycow & I were trying to explain what we saw, if you throw a topic up for discussion , then thats what we do in here .Like I said before , the Paranormal is a never ending learning curve and it is good to keep an open mind and to also accept & respect others opinions.
I hope you take up the offer to browse the information threads we have here and continue to learn just as we all are . :smile:
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Re: hunting hound

Postby aufo8mycow » Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:15 pm

Rah.. without the original pic, the thread makes no sense!

Hmmmm what to do .... I know... here is another pic of a ghost dog you might like, this one isn't pareidolia though.. this is my trusty mut pega'cyst' I have to tie him up though on account he keeps getting caught on the ceiling fan

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Re: hunting hound

Postby Dellycat » Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:53 pm

Magic, I am really sorry you can't handle honest opinion on your photos and felt the need to remove them. If you really want to know what is in the photos, you should be prepared for discussions from everyone. I haven't seen the photos as I am away this weekend and am disappointed that they are gone. Your original post here telling us that you are correct and you will not listen to others views leads me to believe you are not interested in what we have to say but you wish us to bend to your views. If you don't wish to listen to use, you are free to leave this board. Please message me and I will remove your membership.

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Re: hunting hound

Postby white wolf » Tue Mar 06, 2012 7:18 am

aufo8mycow Hi

The pic of the bridge you posted is this North of the border please?

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Postby aufo8mycow » Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:07 am

It is Wolf. It's actually Nr Dumbarton in Scotland at a place called Overtoun Bridge, it's actually know as Doggy suicide bridge on account of so many dogs throwing themselves off it (seriously true) Perhaps thats a story for another post but here is a quick one for you if you are interested :)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ridge.html

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Re: hunting hound

Postby MAGIC » Tue Mar 06, 2012 7:36 pm

I edited the photo while I took it down. The reason I did that is because it is a personal photo.

Strangely enough, the dog shows up better in Win XP than it does in Win 7.

Whether you can see it or not, both Gem and I know the dog is there.

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Re: hunting hound

Postby Dellycat » Tue Mar 06, 2012 8:38 pm

MAGIC wrote:I edited the photo while I took it down. The reason I did that is because it is a personal photo.

Strangely enough, the dog shows up better in Win XP than it does in Win 7.

Whether you can see it or not, both Gem and I know the dog is there.


Sorry Magic but most people do not take down an image without explanation at the time and if it was personal, maybe you should have thought about that before your original post.

I run XP on one machine, Win 7 on another and I use android on my phone and the image looks the same on all pieces of equipment.

I have looked at your edited photo and yes I can see a dog, I can see two dogs, I can see an evil face as well. I can see the dog because of the power of suggestion and once you start to see pixel images you start to see lots of them and in that photo I am sorry to say, the image is just pixels forming an illusion. On that note, if it gives Gem some comfort in believing her much loved dog is there, so be it, that is her comfort, it doesn't make the rest of us wrong if we don't see anything other than pareidolia.

I agree with what Aufo8mycow wrote, very wise words and something I think you should look into. You say you are new to the paranormal, it sounds like your teacher/s have not guided you well and this does happen.
I believe you need to be more objective with your photos and read the information on here, you would not be the first person in this world to be taught misguided information and won't be the last.

Jemm is correct as well, our forum is made up of members from diverse fields but one thing in common... our belief in the paranormal and our experiences that many of us have had from a very young age. Between us there is a wealth of information to share.

Finally, we are here to help you if you wish to be helped :grin:
We are not here to be told what we will be seeing and if we can't we are wrong, please understand that.

Finally finally, Aufo.... thank you for bring up the Orb topic.... they are nothing more than photographic anomalies caused by light hitting the inner workings of a camera or flash light hitting rain, mist, fog, dust etc... or shooting into bright light with the same elements around, recipe for orbs all the time.
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Re: hunting hound

Postby white wolf » Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:32 am

aufo8mycow Many thanks but that is exactley what i thought with the dogs and the jumping over the bridge,never been there but i really got the feeling it was Scotland .

bright blessings


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