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District Museum Assay Office Investigation Suspected Picture

On July 10, 2011 MPPIR held its first public ghost investigation at the Cripple Creek District Museum.  This museum consists of 3 buildings, the Midland Terminal, the Assay Office and the Trade and Transfer Company.

While in the Assay office 2 guests, Jan, Ric and me where investigating the front part of the building.  During this time Ric and Jan (the Museum Director) where discussing feelings they had concerning the front door way.  They had the feeling that some-one was going in and out the door.  I began to snap off a series of photos of the direction of Ric as he was standing near the door.

This is one of the 5 pictures that I took.  I have trimmed this pictured down to show you what I saw.

Suspected Picture

To the left of Ric and a bit taller is a white figure reflected on a plexiglass wall behind Ric.  I would normally just throw this picture out but I found some oddities with it.

One is that the reflection is facing Ric.  Two the Reflection is white.  There should be a red shift in the reflection.  If it was a reflection of Ric it would be a mirror of him.  Its not.

The picture itself gives me the creeps.  I have yet to explain this picture and why there would be a figure in the plexiglass wall like that.

To see the full image click on the image and a slide show should come up that has the original image and the one I posted.

For those who would like it here is the camera info for the original picture.

File Name    Frank Copley_07_10_2011_IMG_0955_SUSPECT.JPG
Camera Model    Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Firmware    Firmware Version 1.0.9
Shooting Date/Time    7/10/2011 8:55:49 PM
Author    Frank Copley
Copyright Notice    Frank Copley
Owner's Name    Frank Copley
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Av( Aperture Value )    3.5
Metering Mode    Evaluative Metering
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Focal Length    18.0 mm
Image Size    5184x3456
Image Quality    Fine
Flash    Off
FE lock    OFF
White Balance Mode    Auto
AF Mode    Manual focusing
Picture Style    Standard
Sharpness    3
Contrast    0
Saturation    0
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Color Space    sRGB v1.31 (Canon)
Long exposure noise reduction    0:Off
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Peripheral illumination correction    Enable
File Size    10540 KB
Drive Mode    Continuous shooting
Live View Shooting    OFF

©2011, Blog and Pictures Frank C, MPPIR

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5 responses to “District Museum Assay Office Investigation Suspected Picture

  1. 1200midnight July 15, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    That picture gives me the creeps! There are just rows of bottles on that wall. What the???
    It looks like a mirror or a window and the face isvery clear! Wow

  2. Janet July 15, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    Yes, that picture gives me chills also. And Under that white face, is that a painting hanging with bright lights almost surrounding it? I see a man standing next to a woman.

    • Janet July 15, 2011 at 1:58 pm

      Wait. That is the doorway, right? and those two figures I see, are the ‘shapes’ you are talking about… right? On my !! and then what is that white face above the arc of lights and doorway?

      • Frank July 15, 2011 at 10:59 pm

        What you see as a square shape is the light from the window on the door (right side almost white light coming through) reflecting on the plexiglass behind Ric (the guy that is fuzzy in the center right).
        The whitish figures head is to the left of Ric and above the reflecting light from the window on the door (to the right side in the picture).

        Ric would be the fuzzy looking person next to the door.

      • Frank July 15, 2011 at 11:45 pm

        I actually have a picture of the Assay office showing what is on that wall in the daylight the link is here: https://mountainpeakparanormal.wordpress.com/2011/07/03/the-colorado-trading-and-transfer-company-building/img_2594/

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