The Ghost in the Forest
Date Added: Dec. 28, 2003
Doctored photo, scary tale, dire consequences if you don't forward it... The campfire ghost story has evolved. Despite the letter's claims to the contrary, this picture and accompanying tale of horror are contrived hoaxes - and not even good ones at that.
The guy in the photo went to the Sundarbans with his friends and he asked 1 of his friends to take his picture in that very place. While his friend was taking the picture he screamed and fainted, 2 days later he died in the medical college. Doctors said he died because of heart attack.
When the photos were exposed, in the last photo there was a lady standing right beside him though friends claim that he was standing alone.
Many people said it is a rumor and the picture is the result of the blessings of latest technology. However, the photo itself is very scary and I'm sure you'll also feel the same way I felt. Here you go with the photo!!!
A navy officer sent this letter to 13 people and he was promoted.. A business man received this letter and threw it away..not believing in it.. and he lost everything he had within 13 days.. It reached a labourer and he distributed it to 13 people.. he was promoted and all his problems were solved within 13 days..
So you must send this e mail to 13 people for something good to happen to you so people..get sending !! :) don't be lazy..
P/S : Do not send back to the person who send this to you!!!
The Sundarbans (literally, "the Beautiful Forest") in Bangladesh is home to the world famous Royal Bengal Tiger and one of the most striking natural works ever discovered, but is it haunted? Not likely.
If the ghostly gal in the photo looks familiar to you, you may be one of many who were invited to stare at an image of a disheveled room, looking for a ghost named "Lisa." Thanks to photo editing software, this girl gets around. She's also been spotted haunting doctored photos of cemeteries:
The attachment of this e-mail is an old (real) photograph taken after World War II. It was taken by British photographer who walked by an old Malaysian cemetery after covering a story in a near by town, when he took a picture of the cemetery, he did not observe anything unusual, but when he developed it, it clearly showed a young Malaysian in the back ground, soon after she started appearing in the photographers dreams. She was trying to tell him something, unable to have peace in his life, the photographer went see a witch doctor to get help. The witch doctor conducted a trance and was able to discover the cause of why the spirit was not able to rest in peace. She had been raped by a Japanese soldier and brutally killed during the war and was now looking for vengeance. She wanted to visit every home in the world to find her murderer.
The sundarbans image was created by taking a real photograph of a young hiker in the woods, temporarily plucking him out of the photo, pasting in a crudely cropped visage of "Lisa," then returning the hiker to his proper place. The zoomed and enhanced section below highlights some of the tell-tale signs of Photoshop trickery.
This is nothing more than an attempt to creatively dress up the tired "forward this or else" formula often used to goad folks into forwarding garbage they never would otherwise. If you truly believe that what you do (or don't do) with this photo will have an impact on your fortunes, you probably need to get out more.
Indeed, most of us don't believe in this type of Kharmic ka-ka, but we forward it on "just in case...after all, what can it hurt?"
Well, consider this: several versions of this chain I received had literally hundreds of e-mail addresses in their headers - a running history of people who had received them. With just a few minutes and a word processor, I could easily compile these addresses into a list spammers and scammers would pay handsomely for, but would prefer to get for free. Do you get a lot of spam and wonder why? Well, if you forward chain letters like this one "just in case," that could be one reason. Break this chain.
References: The Sundarbans