Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Cheri Sent In Some Pics From Kings Creek Cemetery

This is a picture I took at Gretchen's Lock of Jake's Lock in 2007. There is a big splash of purple on the right side that is caused by the sunny day and the glare from the snow. The sun can cause a lot of anomalies in your pics.
This is Bowman's in early 2008. Here you see a wide spectrum of color. Makes for a beautiful picture.

These two pics were sent in by Cheri. She knows the green orb in the right is from the sun. What she questions is the purple spot in the center. (click on the pics to make them larger to see better.)Is this also generated by the sun? She changes her position slightly so the spot seems to move, but I don't think so. Is this a sun spot? My interest is peaked and we plan to go out there for an investigation soon. Hopefully Cheri can go with us and we can track down the reason for the purple spot.
Thank you Cheri for sending in the pictures. Cheri is also Dave's daughter. She went with us to the Fairview School Investigation. She is very interested in the paranormal and has taken some great pics. I look forward to working with her more in the future.


Josh said...

very nice pictures!! :) i think the purple spot is still the sun tho. it does change position but the second picture is taken at a slightly different angle, and since the purple spot is farther away from the sun than the closer bright sun spot, it moves much more with small movements. it might be something though, but that's just what i think.

Kimberly said...

I very well could be caused by the sun. It seems the same color as the Jakes Lock pic. I like to get other oppinions because, like you, I am always trying to learn more and I know there are plenty of people out there that knows things that I don't. Cheri moves between pictures and the spot moves as she does. I also thought there might be something in the woods, like a tarp or some other thing we don't know about. It's a darn good excuse go out and investigate it. ;) If you haven't been to Kings Creek Cemetery, it is near Hookstown PA. It is a park and the paths wind through the graves of this very old cemetery. Several men buried here fought in the Revolutionary War. Two things to note about it: It is unusually cold there, and also very silent. Almost too silent. Eerie. Check in March archives and there is a story about it there.

Josh said...

I think I might have to check out Kings Creek Cemetery this spring. I also want to get to Bowman's cemetery, but I have no idea where it. I'm headed to Beaver Creek once more with a nice new Sony IR handycam so I was thinking I would stop there briefly. Could you give me some direction for Bowman's, Kimberly?