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The R.I.P. Studies Team
These are pictures taken during the Historic Fort Reno Ghost Tours on the evening of June 19. The photographer has elected to remain anonymous. The first and third pictures are the original photos. The second and fourth pictures have been slightly lightened and the spirits circled to make it a bit easier to see.
The second picture has a shdow figure in the far right window and a face can be seen in the door window.
Picture four clearly shows a face of a man in the window.
Thanks to our anonymous photographer that submitted these 2 photos!!
from LH, Oklahoma City
The day my mother died at home, there was a ladybug on her ceiling in her bedroom. My husband caught it and set it free. When our son was killed in Iraq, we had to travel for the funeral service and stayed in a small motel. There were two ladybugs on the ceiling of the motel room, and would not go away. The morning after our son's service, as we were packing, the ladybugs had gone. I finally figured it out -- it was mom telling me that she had Rob and everything was okay! Since that time, whenever I see a ladybug in our yard, it is ALWAYS in pairs.
also from LH, Oklahoma City
I would never let our son Rob smoke in the house. He could smoke in the garage, or outside, as long as he cleaned up. He had never been to the house we live in now in Purcell, OK--we moved there one month after his funeral. But--and there is NO pattern to this--I will be walking into the garage and periodically there is the very distinct odor of cigarettes. No one in our household smokes; I don't let anyone in the house who is smoking; I am very allergic to the odor. My first instinct when this started two years ago was to say 'Okay, Rob--you can smoke in the garage but don't bring it in the house.' The latest experience of the 'episode' was this past Sunday, which had no special date significance.
from TF, Shawnee
My 16 year old daughter died in 1999 while I was snow skiing with her. We established a scholarship fund in her name and these pics were taken at the 2nd fund raiser. The fund raiser was held our church auditorium, the same church where her funeral was held. I have been an amature photographer since the early 70's (Yearbook, Weddings, Portraits, fun stuff, etc), and when I saw these pics after I took them and did comparisons between pics, I wondered if these might be orbs. I was using a digital camera with flash and from what I can remember the air was clean (no floating dust etc.). Anyway, thought everyone might enjoy looking at these. Are they orbs? I don't know. There were lots of shiny objects for the flash to bounce off of. The orbs tend to be white and not sure if there is any substance in them or not. The pics where the file name starts with Y has orbs and N for those that don't (at least what I can tell).