So last time I posted about a game called Alter Ego where you can start your life over again, the game reached overcapacity and didn’t work!
Let’s hope it doesn’t happen with this.
So what the doll house cam is, it’s a farm house in Pennsylvania where a paranormal investigator group placed together a bunch of haunted dolls.
It streams video of dolls 24/7 to give viewers the chance to spot a haunted doll in action. Viewers have shared all sorts of finds in the Cam Capture section.
Some finds, on the other hand, are quite unnerving. In March 2009, the cam captured what appears to be a child’s ghost lurking at the bottom of the stairs. Do you think it’s real?
This is the original capture:
This is the capture after using some edge enhancement:
Here is the official website and where you can view these dolls and that house as they are right now.
Screenshot and submit to me if you find anything interesting! You can also post it on their official screenshot forum.
Apparently the camera is down? Let’s all email the investigators, and hope they fix it!
IT’S WORKING GUYS!
GO FOR IT, GET SOME SPOOKS AND TELL THEM I SENT YOU!
Took this in the middle of class. Yolo.
single, not sure how to mingle
*Fox News voice* Was slavery really about race???
laughing with your best friend until your stomachs hurt <3
How babies are born in Canada. [via]
Hey! That’s not how they’re born, that’s just how we find them, in our maple syrup buckets. No one knows how the fuck they’re born.
But…clearly Spongebob Squarepants is the better show.
Clearly, it’s what the viewers would rather see.
*Sadly shakes head*
Alas. Maybe if Bryke had created more ingenious episodes like ‘One Coarse Meal’, ‘A Pal For Gary’, ‘Squid Baby’, and ‘The Splinter’, they could have gotten higher ratings.
Because clearly, Legend of Korra doesn’t have enough ratings.
It just can’t compete.
and at no point has anyone thought “maybe we should not build a giant flammable goat this year”
The Moon and the Sun could eclipse a thousand times over and there still wouldn’t be enough shade to encompass how deep this went.