Responding to readers who forward us photos purportedly showing ghosts is always
[Collected via e-mail, November 2004]
This photo was taken in a hospital after the patient was in an accident where he was responsible for a young woman’s death.
It is said that when you receive this image and do not send it to at least five people, the woman will look for you during the night to collect your soul.
People in Laredo, Texas, received this image and did not send it and were killed outside a bar; it looked as if this woman killed them. Send it to five people or the woman will look for you.
[Collected via e-mail, October 2013]
This photo was taken in a hospital after the patient in the bed was in an accident where he was responsible for a young woman’s death.
It is said that when you see this image and do not share it, the woman will look for you during the night to collect your soul.
A couple in a western suburb area of Sydney saw the message and ignored the picture without sharing it. This couple was murdered by their
15 yearold neighbor who claims to have been possessed by the woman.
A 28 year old woman in Whittlesay Road, Cambridgeshire, England, was run down by a car driven by another female that fit the description of the woman in the photograph, the police investigation revealed that the murdered lady had ignored this picture only
4 hoursbefore her untimely death and did not pass it on.
Suffice it to say that the item reproduced above is nothing more than a common type of chain letter (the “luck” or “prayer” letter), a form that has been around since at least the
The various backstories accompanying the image of the woman included with this item claim that a number of people in different locales have died via accidents or homicides for failing to pass the haunting picture along. The truth has far less to do with murdering ghosts than it does with movies: the picture came from a 2003 Thai horror film variously titled The Mother or The Unborn or Bangkok