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Writer Says Ghost is Gay – Cites “Flamboyant Clothing”

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This photograph was taken by photographer Christopher Aitchison.

It is said to be a photograph of a ghost in ‘period dress’, meaning clothing from a different period of time. Scientists have confirmed recently that the photograph has not been tampered with in anyway. There have been quite a few articles written on the topic, yet one writer, from ChristWire.org, included a bit of commentary into her article which claims the ghost’s sexual orientation is homosexual. In addition, the chosen headline of her article reads “British Catch Gay Inducing Ghost Spirit on Photograph”.

This is the comment she made about the sexual orientation of the ghost in her article:

This frightening photograph was submitted to a scientific survey, which announced a contest for people from around the globe to send in their best photographs of spooky spirits that still inhabit the Earth.

Of all pictures submitted, the one that troubled viewers the most was that of a gay spirit that was seen spooking about Tantallon Castle in Scotland. The specter’s sexual preference is obvious as it is wearing very flamboyant clothing, much like you would see a man in San Francisco. The photograph is said to be taken by a gentleman named Christopher Aitchison.

This photograph is scientifically verified as authentic and proves once again that gay spirits roam the Earth, and can lure people to the sinful traps of homosexuality.

Reader Comment Poll: Do you think this writer is accurate in her findings about the ghost?

Here is another photo of the ghost at Tantallon Castle by Christopher Aitchison:

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Julie Phineas Julie Phineas is a work at home mom of 2 who lives in Southern California. You can find out more about her online by visiting her website at www.juliephineas.com.

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3 Responses to Writer Says Ghost is Gay – Cites “Flamboyant Clothing”

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  2. Ken Summers

    April 5, 2009 at 9:29 am

    I think I’ve heard everything now. No, that’s not saying a ghost can’t be GLBT, but assuming the figure is a) male; and b) gay because of its costume? Looks like someone needs to do a little digging in the 2000 years of history before earth was ‘miraculously created” and read up on period clothing.

    Yes. that was sarcasm.

    As someone with a book on true gay ghost stories coming out soon, I find this most amusing…

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