Wraiths on a Plane
HI, recently I received this picture from a friend who works in AEROGAL (a Ecuadorian domestic airliner), he was out of his shift and the last one who left the airplane so the airplane was completely empty. When he was down he had the feeling of being stare at and he turned to the airplane and saw someone staring at him from one of the windows… scary as it was he told me he got intrigued thinking maybe someone was left behind ( quite improbable thou ,considering they got like routines to check everything before leaving the plane) so he decided to come back inside the plane just to find that it was empty.. so he took out his cell phone and took a picture of the whole plane inside and step out feeling nervous, later on when he was checking the picture on his laptop he noticed something quite scary just near from where he thought he spotted this person staring at him.
Picture is the original one I just placed a red square for u to center ur attention of what he noticed on the picture, a man with no face and arms crossed like maybe entering the plane or steping out of it thru the window…
Attached u´ll find the picture and let´s see what u thing about it maybe an entity , maybe some light and angle of from where the picture was shot? Anyway it´s quite interesting,
Ur website got some fans down here in south America! Keep it up!
Diego M. Toscano
Quito- Ecuador ( South America)
It's always nice to have fans in a place you're so fond of reading about. Perhaps one day I'll visit and perhaps I'll fly in on this haunted plane so that I can get a look at this frequent flyer phantom myself.
Of course, as it is my duty, I have to once again report that I do not believe that this window seat specter is an actual ghost and it's due to a number of factors -- chief among them, the lack of image resolution and the placement of the alleged ghost.
If you take a look at the close-up picture on the left, you will see that the ghost's "face" looses most of its detail. This is because the face and head are actually nothing more than a shaded spot on the plane's wall -- a darkened area between two light panels.
It's matrixing once again -- our brains looking for familiar patterns in random shades and grain and assembling them into recognizable forms, mostly faces.
I'm afraid that there are no mile-high haunts on this airplane and, even if there were, I don't think they would get through security without being molested by the TSA.
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