Man Being Haunted Ever Since He Photographed Ghost At Known Suicide Spot
It is always eerie to hear stories about a place where a lot of people are known to use that certain place to take their own lives. A c...
It is always eerie to hear stories about a place where a lot of people are known to use that certain place to take their own lives. A creepy photograph proliferated the internet and it was taken by a man who was only hiking in a remote spot that's known for suicides. The man who took the creepy photo admitted that he experienced the feeling of being “haunted” by the terrifying ghost since he took the picture.
Brock Calcutt described a an eerie feeling of being ‘watched’ while he was at the scene. He didn't notice the ghostly image until he went back home to check through his pictures. He hurriedly posted it on the group’s Facebook page to share the horrific experience. He was part of a ghost-chasing group named the Toowoomba Ghost Chasers.
The Facebook post:
“All of a sudden he felt as though he was being watched and followed and he felt an awful feeling of dread wash over him. Then when going back through his photos he found this.
Bear in mind this is the middle of bushland, it’s rare to see something so large and ‘red’ and other hikers would be dressed differently.”
“Oddly enough I’ve been experiencing a similar feeling of dread every once in a while over the last week. I’ll be walking down the street and all of a sudden feel like something is about to jump out at me from behind a tree,” - Brock Calcutt
The horrifying photo generated a lot of responses online. Most of it are from people who felt the terror from the photo.
“Picking up the worst energy from this photo and it’s giving me a headache. So much darkness in that area. That feeling of being watched is awful. The person who took the photo needs to be mindful if he starts having bad dreams.” - Willy Dickins
”At first I thought it was a big tree knot but its to low then looked again and saw the man kind if freaked me out a bit.” - Jasmine Venesse
“Creepy, made me feel sick.” - Tasha Heywood Winsor