A mother and her friend along with their her three kids decided to have dipped and snapped some images at a swimming spot called Murphy’s Hole in Australia but was terrified to find a ghost child has joined them.
In 2014, Kim Davison and her friend, Jessie Lu, brought their three children to have a swim at Murphy’s Hole.
Kim took a family picture early that day but was stunned to discover a mysterious fourth child was in the photo, in between the two adults.
She swears that there was nothing but water when she took the photo but was petrified when she remembers what her daughter told her that something “grab her leg” a couple of times that day.
“When I went back in for one last dip to cool off, I did feel something behind me as I was walking out of [the] water but tried to ignore it,” she said.
According to Kim, the figure had bright white face had dark eyes and two shapes on either side of its head and she was holding the little girl and claims nothing but water between the other adult.
She insisted the white head had horns, was not human, and also noted the “long skeletal-type fingers” on her shoulder and her daughter’s arm.
Kim posted the photo on Facebook and went viral instantly where paranormal enthusiasts, experts took the liberty to examine a negative version of the image and believed there’s something more than just a splash of water.
But as soon as the picture went viral, a chilling story about Murphy’s Hole emerges dated back a 100 hundred years ago.
In 1915 — 100 years before Kim took her family to the watering hole — a girl drowned in that very same creek posted by Toowoomba Ghost Chasers on their Facebook page.
And then a Brisbane Courier newspaper clipping from November 22, 1915, included the child’s death notice also surfaces.
Known by her family as “Goo,” the 13-year-old girl named Doreen O’Sullivan accidentally drowned in Murphy’s Hole on a hot November day.
It took almost an hour before her body was recovered in the water and the incident left her father James devastated that he forbade anyone in the family from talking about Goo again.
Goo was buried at Gore Hill Cemetery in the O’Sullivan Family plot and many people attended her funeral service including the children from her convent school dressed in all white who marched beside the hearse.
Because of this 100-year-old revelation, Kim recalls that there were other strange occurrences that day and paranormal experts seemed to agree with her — that the strange “other” child in the photo was, in fact, the ghost of Goo.
However, some cynical viewers believed that the figure was nothing more than a splash of water, a strange reflection, or overexposure from the sun.
Murphy’s Hole, located in Lockyer River of Queensland, Australia it is over 20 feet deep and has always been considered dangerous…
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Via: Little Things