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Fort Concho Ghost
Fort Concho

Shannan Yarbrough -
"The photo is from the parade grounds at Fort Concho, taken approx. 10:30PM December 31, 2004."
Fort Concho ghost, Texas

A friend and I had rented the Officers Quarters Bldg #1 for overnight lodging on New Year’s Eve. Of course we had read numerous stories about how haunted Ft. Concho is, and, being as I am sometimes able to capture unexplained phenomenon on film, we were snapping away that night documenting the place. This particular Ft. Concho image is the most startling picture I have ever taken.

Let me add that the night the picture was taken, there was NO fog, NO humidity, and no one was smoking, so those things can be ruled out as possible explanations. See for yourself…. And if you have any plausible suggestions to what this could be I am all ears."


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Shannan Yarbrough


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