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Association for Aerial Anomaly Research and Cataloging

− UFO and Paranormal Research from south-central Indiana −

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Paranormal Photos

Paranormal objects can be photographed almost anywhere. For example, the following images were taken in and around homes, forests, and cemeteries. They reveal a variety of translucent globes (orbs) and "phantom fog."

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This photo was taken first, then the photo to the right.

What resembles a head, neck and shoulder is formed. More amorphic fog in the same area on a different night Phantom fog rises from an old rabbit hutch. A large globe can easily be seen, but smaller ones can barely be detected lurking in the background. Same as image to the left, but in high contrast. It shows smaller secondary globes behind and to the right of the large one. 
 

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hafdonut.jpg (75904 bytes)John Tosti's toddler screamed, then began running from the other side of an undisclosed Monroe County cemetery. John snapped this picture, which shows an orb in motion.

This globe was caught hanging out in my front yard. A cluster of seven globes of various colors, captured next to my house with a Fuji MX-1200 digital camera.

More phantom fog

Still more phantom fog.

 

 

Want more paranormal photos? Visit AAARC's Stepp Cemetery Home Page.

Stepp Cemetery in Morgan-Monroe State Forest is reputed to be one of the most haunted cemeteries in the USA.

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