Australia is not only home to some demon-like fish, it’s apparently full of real demons as well.
Kim Davinson posted the above photo to a ghost hunter’s Facebook page last week, which she thinks might show the ghost of small child or an evil spirit.
The image is of her friend and 3 children going for a swim at the Lockyer River in Helidon, Queensland last year, but there’s also a fourth entity lurking in the background.
“There are only 5 of us in photo,” she wrote in the comments. “I’m holding [the] little girl and that white head next to me with horns is not human I can promise [you] that.”
She also says her daughter’s leg was grabbed multiple times in an attempt to take her.
The image has since generated a lot of buzz online, and some people in the comments have pointed out that it could be the ghost of a young girl who drowned in the same spot in 1915 named Doreen O’Sullivan.
A woman claiming to be the person on the left in white glasses named Jessie Lu thinks there might be even more than one ghost in the picture.
“At the time of taking this photo there was nothing between us,” she says. “The older girl had trouble in the water on two occasions that day. And if u have a closer look at this photo there are quite a few extra faces in the water.”
And amateur sleuths are trying to get to the bottom of this mystery by altering the image in photoshop as many did with the viral dress.
In the negative imaging of this picture there is no evidence of shadow, just light. souls are made of energy, conscious energy, it can be dark or light depending on whether the soul has ascended from death or not.
Basically just don’t go swimming in Australia… to be safe.
Benedict Cumberbatch is officially the king of photobombs.
At the Golden Globes on Sunday, Margaret Cho was introduced as the latest member of the Hollywood Foreign Press. She dressed up like a North Korean reporter for “Movies Wow” magazine and posed for a quick photo with Meryl Streep (taken by Michael Keaton).
After the stunt, things got a bit more serious as Hollywood Foreign Press President Theo Kingma came out on stage and received a standing ovation for this statement on free speech.
“As international journalists we understand the freedom of artistic expression. It is not only an integral part of the American fabric, but a beacon that is reflected across the globe,” he said. “Together we will stand united against anyone that will repress free speech. Anywhere, from North Korea to Paris.”