Halloween is long gone, but that doesn’t mean all the ghosts have disappeared. Get ready to be properly freaked out, because a 13-year-old girl went on an innocent fishing trip with her family, only to be photobombed by a ghost. No, really. We couldn’t make this stuff up if we tried.
Jessica Ogletree posted the picture on Facebook that proves you could be visited by a ghost at any time. Jessica sent her two kids — daughter Haley and son Kolton — with their grandparents to Tifton, GA to a fishing hole. Haley, being the teenager that she is, snapped a selfie like it was any other normal day. But when she looked at the photo, she noticed that there was a stranger lurking around in the background.
“Notice my son Kolton in the background and then notice the gentleman standing to his right!!! Ya’ll this gentleman was NOT with them today and there was no one else at these back ponds where they were fishing!” Jessica writes.
Um, we are sufficiently spooked. The ghost-man is wearing a cap and he appears to be dark-skinned. We think there’s a smile on his face? We hope there’s a smile on his face.
“Haley was going back through her pictures and saw this and needless to say freaked out and called me lol!” Jessica continues. The ghost must have been good luck, because it was Kolton’s birthday and he caught the biggest fish he’s ever caught. Happy belated birthday, Kolton!
There are various reactions to Jessica’s post. Some people say the ghost was photoshopped into the picture. Others are merely in awe at how utterly creepy the whole thing is. Whatever the truth may be, you’ll never feel safe taking a selfie again.
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