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The object doesn’t appear to be part of the building or a litter bin, for example:



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I froze when I realised the shadow was some sort of animal. It took me a moment to figure out what it was but once I could see the head, ears, tail, and legs, there was no mistaking it was a demon dog.
"No mistaking." Meanwhile, she swears all the other people, including any dog walkers, were "miles away". So there were dog-walkers, in a large expanse of land in which it would be safe to let your pooch off the leash...

You know, I think she's right. Demon dog is the only reasonable explanation. :sherlock:
 

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"No mistaking." Meanwhile, she swears all the other people, including any dog walkers, were "miles away". So there were dog-walkers, in a large expanse of land in which it would be safe to let your pooch off the leash...

You know, I think she's right. Demon dog is the only reasonable explanation. :sherlock:
Grrrraaaabage the demonic bin-bag hound of Roundhay park.

edit:

I must be psychic, I just read the article after calling it Grrraabage and they reckoned it was Gytrash a demonic hound said to haunt Yorkshire.

After zooming in and lightening the image, the Leeds mum got shivers down her spine, spotting what looks like a 'demonic' dog lurking in the shadows looking at a man walking up the steps towards the folly.


Freaked out, Stephanie, 33, did some and is now convinced the huge black dog is a 'gytrash' - an apparition said to haunt parks in Yorkshire.

The large black 'demonic' creature has been described by some as being the size of a pony and is said to be a foreboding omen scaring unsuspecting walkers.


https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co...host-dog-which-haunts-roundhay-park-1-9698315


I mean it's up there with a lot of the psychic stuff going on here at the moment right?
 
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If you look closely, it looks liiike...a dog. But why demon? Nothing I can see to suggest that it's not a real dog. Slow news day.
I couldn't see it at first, but then I could picture as a large dark dog, quite thick fur, facing down the steps with its snout hidden behind the bush. Can't see any glowing-red demon eyes...
 

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Where on the photo are we looking?

Ahhh up the steps and back on the right, ok, tree stump, they come in funny shapes
 

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The infamous - and now very dead - drug lord Pablo Escobar's mansion was demolished a few months ago. But he was still in it!

Or at least it looks like someone's running past a window as the detonation goes off, why it's supposed to be Escobar's ghost I don't know. Anyway, the Ghostwatch column in FT 379 gives a rundown on how Colombians find this spooky speculation insultingly trivialises a terrible problem in their country with drug wars born of America and Europe's hunger for cocaine. Well worth a read.
 

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"No mistaking." Meanwhile, she swears all the other people, including any dog walkers, were "miles away". So there were dog-walkers, in a large expanse of land in which it would be safe to let your pooch off the leash...

You know, I think she's right. Demon dog is the only reasonable explanation. :sherlock:
I still don't see anything. Can some one circle the ghost dog bit?
 

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The infamous - and now very dead - drug lord Pablo Escobar's mansion was demolished a few months ago. But he was still in it!

Or at least it looks like someone's running past a window as the detonation goes off, why it's supposed to be Escobar's ghost I don't know. Anyway, the Ghostwatch column in FT 379 gives a rundown on how Colombians find this spooky speculation insultingly trivialises a terrible problem in their country with drug wars born of America and Europe's hunger for cocaine. Well worth a read.
Looking at this again, and quoting myself, it might be a reflection in the glass. I doubt it's Pablo.
 
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