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A Collection Of Eerie, Unexplained Photos

Image Credit: L.A Times

The internet is filled with weird stuff. That is half of the draw. It is like a Christmas gift each time you go to it, as you never quite know what you are going to get. One thing that internet has made far more accessible to most is the bevy of strange and unexplained photos out there. The problem is, with the inception of Photoshop and many other image manipulation tools, it is getting harder and harder to differentiate between what is real and what is fake. But it can still be fun to lose yourself in that, regardless of whether it is based in fact.

I found a twisted little gallery of "The Most Eerie And Unexplained Photos To Ever Exist", and though it could be assumed a couple of them are fake, many of them predate the internet. Like the above photo of the news article in the L.A Times about the "Battle for Los Angeles" that is something that actually happened (way back in 1942), when L.A was pretty sure it was being invaded by aliens.

No, not the crappy movie of the same name from a few years back. Best we just never speak of that again. But check out the gallery. "Falling body" is really creepy, too.

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There are always explanations.
The wisest of us know that and can go in and have fun anyway.
I also addressed that in intro.
It's almost Halloween.
It is okay if people want to look at disturbing stuff, "explanation" or not.
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Alright, I'll be the wet blanket here. I did some research and there are explanations for those pics. Whether those explanations are exactly what happened is another matter. But they are distinct possibilities. And boring, at least in comparison to the scary interpretations of them.

By the way, the author of that web site copy identifies the woman seen in the 9/11 pics and videos as "Edna Clinton." Her name is actually "Edna Cintron."
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