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Look Closely at This Photo. Do You See the 'Creepy' Image That Two Women Claim Wasn't in the Water With Them That Day?

Look Closely at This Photo. Do You See the 'Creepy' Image That Two Women Claim Wasn't in the Water With Them That Day?

"[It] is not human."

Two Australian women claim that they recently noticed something chilling in a photograph taken of them last year while they swam in a local river — the head and body of what they, among other paranormal enthusiasts, believe could be the ghost of a child who died nearly a century ago.

Kim Davison, one of the women in the photo, recently posted the image, which was taken in 2014, to the Toomwoomba Ghost Chaser's Facebook page, sparking discussion and debate over what it could be, according to the Daily Mail.

Both Davison and Jessie Lu — the other woman in the picture — claim that there were only three children with them in the water the day that the picture was taken and that they experienced a number of unexplained events while swimming.

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

Lu commented on Facebook that the group experienced some oddities in the water that day, adding that IT specialists later examined the picture and that, upon closer examination, "there are quite a few extra faces in the water.

"There was only three children there on that day. Two adults in the water and two adults on the bank. One was taking the photo by her phone camera," Lu explained. "We have had two IT specialists look at this photo. At the time of taking this photo there was nothing between us. The older girl had trouble in the water on two occasions that day."

Individuals who found themselves riveted by the photo tracked down an obituary in the Brisbane Courier dated Nov. 22, 1915 for 13-year-old Doreen O'Sullivan, a little girl who reportedly drowned in the same creek 100 years ago.

"Doreen O'Sullivan, aged 13 years, eldest daughter of Mr. James O'Sullivan was accidentally drowned whilst bathing in the Lockyer Creek on Friday after-noon," the obituary read. "The spot, which has always been considered dangerous, is known as Murphy's Hole, and is over 20ft. deep."

The Brisbane Tribune

Some are claiming that the mysterious image is the ghost of O'Sullivan, though it's unclear whether the picture was Photoshopped or whether there's actually a less supernatural explanation.

Consider one critic who dismissed any ghostly explanations, claiming, instead, that a water splash created the image.

"The eye sees what it wants to see. In my opinion, it’s nothing more than a splash of water," the individual said, according to Inquisitr. "Notice the child facing away from the camera – their left arm has just surfaced, causing a splash."

Regardless, it has sparked a fair bit of discussion and attention.

Read more about it here.

(H/T: Daily Mail)

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