Photo was being taken of the glowing water tower. No one else was close to the photographer. Notice the shadow on the left side bottom of the photo
Photo was being taken of the water tower across from Riverside Cemetery. No one was near the photographer. Notice the shadow at the bottom left side of the photo!
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Photo taken on 9/10/2016 by Rebekah Bodkin. There's a face above the door handle and below the door handle.

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There's a face above the door handle

Photo taken on 9/10/2016 by Rebekah Bodkin. There's a face above the door handle and below the door handle. Images are circled in this photo.

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There's a face above the door handle.
This photo of a ire is black and white, yet it shows orange flames in the photo!

Photo taken by Jet Phoenix. What makes this unusual is that the photo is completely black and white. We were talking about the Antlers Hotel Fire and flames appeared on the photo we were showing of the fire!

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At the bottom of this window is a distinct image of a man with a moustache. Ghost or not?

Photo taken by Michelle Carrizales.

This is a building being restored at the corner of 8th and Ohio. It was once the first post office in Wichita Falls, later the Maryland Hotel where John Stokley was stabbed. In later years it was a Magnolia gas station. See the photo to the right.

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Photo taken by Michelle Carrizales. 

In the windows of the old post office/ Maryland Hotel where John Stokley was killed, the owners have celebrity cardboard standups in the windows. At the bottom right of this window is a distinct image of a man with a moustache!

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Photo taken by Kim Havins at the former Big C Appliance at the end of 8th St. This is a window in the basement. 

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Photo taken by Kim Havins at the former Big C Appliance at the end of 8th St. This is a window in the basement. 

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