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Location DB > Canada > Ontario > Whitby > Whitby Psychiatric Hospital > Whitby Psych the ultimate photo op > hall way with apparition

15 / 54   hall way with apparition

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I cool decaying hallway. A picture of much contreversy on the forum. Note: apparition at the end of hallway. Real or no?
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Posted by NoSuchPerson 10/31/2003 7:03 AM | remove
  That's creepy. Do you have this picture at a higher resolution?


Posted by Reuben O Reilley 10/31/2003 3:54 PM | remove
  check the forum
Posted by Chud 10/31/2003 4:08 PM | remove
  I checked the forum, but it only shows the same pic :(

High rez would be helpful and fun.
Posted by TechnoTed 10/31/2003 7:42 PM | remove
  Check the 2nd page of the thread...
Posted by Chud 10/31/2003 8:16 PM | remove
  And.... nothing. I don't know about Ex, but I know that I'm not talking about a zoom in, but a larger version of the pic. (Low res- 640... high res- 1020, sort of a thing..)
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 10/31/2003 10:04 PM | remove
  thats as good as it gets mister
Posted by TechnoTed 11/1/2003 12:19 AM | remove
  http://www.uer.ca/forum_picdirect.asp?url=http%3A//www.uer.ca/forumpic/norm/6045.jpg&name=hallway-closeup.gif
Posted by butane killer 12/18/2003 5:15 AM | remove
  thats frickin weird.
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 12/24/2003 10:00 PM | remove
  and how
Posted by dundertits 2/12/2004 12:44 PM | remove
  It is probably a reflection of taking the picture in the glass at the end of the hallway. but it is a wondrful shot..

viablex1
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 2/12/2004 3:54 PM | remove
  how do you reflect of wood? We have had every explanation in the book. find the thread.
Posted by TechnoTed 2/13/2004 5:55 AM | remove
  jeez, not another excuse for it not to be legit. If you're going to come up with an explanation, at least make it feasable.
Posted by Sniper 3/13/2004 3:38 AM | remove
  photoshop
Posted by TechnoTed 3/13/2004 8:03 PM | remove
  Right, that's it. Go fuck yourself. The picture has since been proved to be a reflection of some sort.
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 3/20/2004 3:24 AM | remove
  bope I photoshopped it.
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 3/20/2004 3:25 AM | remove
  nope I photoshopped it you caught me
Posted by Sniper 3/20/2004 4:08 AM | remove
  yea, ummm, ted, make sure you got your facts confirmed before you tell someone to go fuck themselves, that would be great, thank you
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 3/20/2004 3:11 PM | remove
  I didn't REALLY photoshop it. I don't even know how to photoshop
Posted by Sniper 3/21/2004 1:14 AM | remove
  please make up your mind!
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 3/22/2004 4:32 AM | remove
  if you read the thread about it I was acused of photoshopping it countless times which is un true.
Posted by TechnoTed 3/28/2004 6:27 PM | remove
  Yeah, go back in your concrete igloo and stop running your mouth. I'm so sick of these uninformed skeptics.
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 3/30/2004 12:26 AM | remove
  HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. WHOA! INTENSITY!
Posted by Roadwolf 8/14/2004 7:38 AM | remove
  go back there and take that exact same picture... see what happens... what building was it is? (i never saw the thread?)
Posted by Daddy-o 11/28/2004 11:21 PM | remove
  does anybody know what building this one is??

Posted by Mutt 10/7/2005 3:34 PM | remove
  Its the big kitchen building. behind the theatre (leveled now)
Posted by Mutt 10/7/2005 3:35 PM | remove
  The room to the right is the main cooking area with the high false ceilings
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