Not all ghosts come to scare. Some appear to hint warnings.
Melissa Kurtz, 48, and her 13-year-old daughter, Harper, were driving to a beauty pageant when the latter decided to take selfies on their way. ?Everything seemed okay until they reviewed the shots a month later.
Ghost boy appeared ? is he a warning?
A boy, who wasn?t in the car when the selfie was taken, suddenly appeared in the background of one of the photos.
Harper is used to not wearing her seatbelt and Melissa believes that the ?ghost boy? served as a warning. More so, the ghost boy must have been warning the mother instead. Having a 13-year-old passenger means extra precautions should be taken into consideration.
Melissa, a mom-of-two, swears that there was no one else in the vehicle other than her daughter and herself. This urged her to do further research.
Apparently, the image was taken on a highway in the Maitland area of Florida, near Orlando. It was then found out that it was the same place where a boy tragically died in a road accident.
Harper?s photo was?taken last July on the anniversary of the ghost boy?s death. The mom now thinks that they are the same child.
Ghost boy: Paranormal expert views
One unidentified paranormal expert suggests that the ghost boy is really reaching out to Harper. He could be warning her to wear a seatbelt to avoid being involved in a similar crash that killed him. Meanwhile, several other paranormal investigators, who investigated the image, were left speechless.
?I think it?s very important to the world to see that picture because I know it?s genuine and real and we were the only two in the car. So many people have hope for the afterlife and this proves it?to me anyway. People [who have seen it] have taken comfort in that,? Melissa said.
According to Elite Daily, she sent the image to Greg Pocha, a director of parapsychology afterlife, and paranormal studies at Eidolon Project Canada.
Pocha used an image analysis program, like what the FBI and CIA use, to show the boy has no ?temperature,? or color, in the photo. The expert believes the photo is authentic rather than manipulated.