"The crash occurred 5:30 Tuesday afternoon on Highway 15 near Stanton. Officials tell LEX 18 the person on the motorcycle was the only person involved and he was taken to a hospital where he later died.
Saul Vazquez, the man who took the photo, posted it on Facebook and said he took it from the cab of his truck. It has since been shared over 16,000 times in just 10 hours.
Lots of people are drawing their own conclusions about the photo, but either way it’s causing a huge conversation on social media. LEX 18 reached out to Vazquez, all he would he would say is that the photo has not been altered."
Youtuber Julian Cavalero posted this video of his brand new iPhone. When he started it up he found a graphic picture of someone who looks badly bruised and either sleeping or dead. When he tries to open the image from the preview in the camera app it's nowhere to be found. This has led him and others on the internet to decide that it could only be one thing: A GHOST!
Or a hoax. Probably a hoax.
That just looks like a cute couple right? No! Look again, there's more to it!
Do you see the face in the window there? Maybe it's a mirror but that doesn't make it okay that a scary version of her face is looking right at the camera from that reflection.
So what's going on here? Are ghosts real or is this some kind of April Fools day thing?
Look very closely and you might see a hooded figure in the reflection of that mirror. This was taken in the room where Lizzie Borden allegedly murdered her parents. That house is now a bed and breakfast and the owner, Lee-Ann Wilber, told the Epoch Times that the mirror is popular for strange sightings. She said," It’s an old, old mirror. People think they see stuff in it all of the time."
For further proof, the woman who took the pictures, Joanne Parent, provided another one from a slightly different angle. She also claims that the black bars you see in these images weren't there when she took them.
Is this enough proof to make someone believe in ghosts? Probably not but the figure in the mirror will likely become another spooky mystery surrounding the Lizzie Borden case.
The Addams family doesn't live in Ohio, but maybe a distant relative does?
This ghoulish family is causing quite a stir in their town with some very realistic Halloween yard decorations, including: an upside-down cross with cadaver, a mummified corpse hanging from a tree and a dead person on a spike.
To top it all off, the display is located just across the street from an elementary school.
In other Ohio news, a Halloween decoration turned out to be the corpse of a mutilated woman.
(closes computer, bangs head on desk)
This photo is definitely real.
Don't even entertain the thought that someone put fake wings on a goat and threw it in the air to take this picture. That's crazy. That definitely did not happen.
What definitely did happen is Dave Black of Little Egg Harbor Township managed to snap a picture of the elusive Jersey Devil, a creature that has haunted the New Jersey Pinelands for 200 years.
The legend of the Jersey Devil states that a woman in the early part of the 18th Century was pregnant with her 13th child. She joked that the devil could take this one—and he did. That child grew into the Jersey Devil.
The History Channel tweeted this out just a couple days ago.
The Jersey Devil legend spawned a pro sports team--the New Jersey Devils. #TrueMonsters— HISTORY (@HISTORY) October 10, 2015
Coincidence? Definitely. This photo is 100 percent real.
It's not October yet, but we can all be pleasantly freaked out by this video of a supposed ghost going HAM all over this quaint Irish home.
Ashy Murphy posted this video and the one below to her Facebook page a couple days ago. Both videos seem to show her standing in the corner of her kitchen while the lampshade freaks out, the bread box opens and a cabinet door swings wide.
But the kicker is this nonsense:
I mean, we don't believe in ghosts or anything, or are at the very least highly skeptical. And all of these things that happen seem pretty easy to reproduce with string and a buddy.
Still, though. This is one of the most compelling pieces purportedly capturing ghost activity that we've seen in a while.
What do you think?