The Ghost of Babinda Boulders

According to legend, the ghost of Babinda Boulders in Australia lures young men to their death. (I think Babinda Boulders is also called Devil's Pool.) A recent visitor to the site took a photo in which a "ghost face" appeared. Or so she claims. I can't see anything. Can you? Link: Cairns.com

Paranormal Photos

Posted on Fri Nov 13, 2009



More content from the Hoax Museum:

Comments

Yes, but I needed help eg "There really is a ghost face between the two boulders and if you believe, you'll see."

It's a fairly clear face of an Aboriginal woman, tilted 30degrees to the left. Overall, that's 1/4 left, middle vertical of the pic. It looks "better" on the Cairn.com site.
Posted by Joel B1  in  Hobart, Tasmania  on  Fri Nov 13, 2009  at  02:42 AM
"I can't see anything. Can you?"


Only if the Ghost of Babinda Boulders is a Sleestak who died after being punched repeatedly in the face.
Posted by Accipiter  on  Fri Nov 13, 2009  at  07:35 AM
I see a cow. Man, she must've really let herself go.
Posted by RainOubliette  in  Pennsylvania  on  Fri Nov 13, 2009  at  08:36 AM
I see a couple of faces - but you have to "look" for them - sort of like staring at clouds and letting your mind make them into things.
Posted by JD  in  Boise, ID, USA  on  Fri Nov 13, 2009  at  12:23 PM


I circled the 'face'... I didn't really see it until i zoomed in on the picture a bit... I still don't think it's anything, but I guess that's what they're talking about...
Posted by Nikki  in  Ohio  on  Fri Nov 13, 2009  at  10:15 PM
Hey, how about a little respect here people?

This is old-time stuff, like when the USA wasn't even thought off type stuff. We're talking 40,000 years...

Show us you're not a bunch of rednecks.
Posted by Joel B1  in  Hobart, Tasmania  on  Sat Nov 14, 2009  at  02:32 AM
I saw a witch and a bunny rabbit. And a lot of turtles...
Posted by Frosted Donut  in  Mercer Island  on  Sun Nov 15, 2009  at  05:25 PM
eh? I can't see anything either. How rediculous!
Posted by canvas prints  on  Sun Nov 22, 2009  at  12:42 AM
Joel, what is 40000 years old? Pareidolia?
Posted by outeast  on  Tue Dec 08, 2009  at  08:26 AM
Commenting is no longer available in this channel entry.