Some people are just obsessed with themselves.
(submitted by Megan)
I have thoroughly enjoyed reading all of these comments! References to my grandmother as Sybil and the Exorcist (awesome) and references to me as Suri Cruise or one woman is certain that I am her daughter…
This very awkward photo was taken in 1987 when I was 3 years old. My grandmother was having a photo shoot of herself (why??) and she decided to have me jump in for one photo. The result? This gem of a photo.
OHMYGOD is that my old math teacher?!
If you ever wanted a picture that screams “Remember Mommy Loves you, Child….but don’t get Mommy Angry OR you will be sorry” I think it will be impossible to find another that does it more than this one.
Best comment ever. I have tears streaming down my face
Photographer: “Ma’am, with this package you can have a face ghosted…”
Lady: “I don’t know, I didn’t plan to spend a lot on the portrait.”
Photographer: “Oh, did I mention it was free?”
It’s like that head you see at the end of the Buck Rogers credits.
She looks like one of the aunts from James and the giant peach
OMG I remember when the floating head pics were popular!! My mom had a few family pics like that taken of us when we were little!!! And the two poses in one school pics… like you had a thought bubble of yourself. Hilarious!
She looks like Kath from the Australian version of “Kath and Kim”!
NO WIRE HANGERS!!!!!
I assume that is grain on the proto, but looks like they are in outher space to me =D Just adds up the creepyness.
Let me guess that is the Great and Powerfull Oz in that picture.
OMG….I am gonna have nightmares for weeks!
someone from the twilight zone?
The floating head seriously looks like that demon-head still from ‘The Exorcist’
Couldn’t stop laughing. Mr. Cooper’s explanation was spot on!
I like how the floating head is about 25 percent larger… to make clear it’s importance/dominance over heads attached to bodies.
ha ha ha ha you’re funny!
It reminds me of one of those late 19th “spirit photos” that show a person and then the “ghost” of a loved one hovering overhead (Google to see examples). It’s as if grandma’s twin sister is back … to check on her great-niece!
Just amazing. One of my all time favorite things I’ve ever seen.
The floating head looks so serious. I literally laughed until I cried
wasn’t the Sybil movie poster like this in the 70s?
This WAS the Sybil movie poster…
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