Recently, Dana B. left a comment on my blog about her experience at 432 Abercorn. She then emailed me a fascinating photo. What do you think of the strange image? Two other intriguing pictures that Dana got that night are shown here, too.
“Beth, I saw the post that my friend Denise Dineen wrote in June. I didn’t realize that there was so much information about 432 Abercom Street. You need to see the photo that I took that night! The photo is through the second floor window at the top of the stairs to the right. When you enlarge the image, you can see what looks like a figure with a noose around it’s neck. The figure looks like it’s wearing a bishop’s hat, and there are dangling feet. In the corner of the photo, it looks like an angry dog showing its teeth. Needless to say, I was excited to have such a great picture of a ghost! Throughout the tour that night, I didn’t “feel” anything like my friend Denise felt. She was nauseated and sad in different locations, but at 432 Abercorn Street, she was downright scared. She wouldn’t get near the house. She literally stayed on the street as far away as she could. The next day, we met a girl named Jenny and her friend. That’s when they told us about the demon in the photo and that a “hag” had attached itself to me. They did a cleansing on me with sage. I didn’t know what to think. It made me realize that there is good and evil, and to always protect yourself. I was so clueless. If I remember correctly, Jenny and her friend said that they were affiliated with Blue Orb and the tour we had taken was through Sixth Sense. They were there that morning taking pictures when Denise and I had gone back to the house to take some pictures in the daylight. Because the tour was in the dark, we weren’t even sure if we’d find the house. We didn’t recall the address. I don’t think that it was a coincidence that we found the house, and that they were there to help me.”