Tuesday, March 10, 2015

What was supposed to be a normal family photo ended up capturing a mysterious figure in the background, and many are saying this figure is the ghost of a young drowning victim from a century ago.

An Australian woman named Kim Davison posted the image of her family on Facebook back in 2014, and it quickly went viral. The picture appears to show two women and four children swimming in the water, but Davison is adamant that only three children were present when the picture was taken at Murphy’s Hole in Queensland.

“At the time of taking this photo there was nothing between us,” said Ms Davison, according to Daily Mail. “I’m holding the little girl and that white head next to me with horns is not human, I can promise you that. Its fingers are on my shoulder and on my daughter’s arm. They are long skeletal type fingers.”

After doing some digging, internet users found that a little girl named Doreen O’Sullivan drowned at that exact same spot in the creek back in 1913. She was only 13 years-old.


Now, many are claiming that the mysterious figure was the ghost of O’Sullivan. Davison is inclined to agree, saying that her family witnessed a number of strange occurences on that day in the creek.

“On this day my daughter had her leg grabbed two times by something in the water,” Davison recounted. “When I went back in for one last dip to cool off I did feel something behind me as I was walking out of water but tried to ignore it.”


Davison added that she believes that the figure is “an entity that exists on that spot in the creek,” and she also said the little girl isn’t the only spirit in the photo.

“There is a man with a beard near the girl I’m holding, near her feet,” she continued. “There are about four faces in the water.”

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