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Angola State Prison Cemetery




These ghost photos were sent by David Liles of deridderghosthuntersclub@hotmail.com.

David said, "This cemetery is called Point Look Out Cemetery, when a inmate dies at Angola and no one claims the body, they are buried here by their fellow inmates. These photos were taken in one of two cemeteries in the prison. There are so many bodies buried here in unmarked graves that a newer cemetery was made due to the massive amount of graves being found as the holes were being dug for the funeral. The pictures show several orbs, ecto clouds and supercharge orbs in motion. These were scrutinized to determine if anything natural could be eliminated, which I did. There are no lights in the cemetery at all, other than the prison lights in the background; I instructed my team to avoid taking pictures that had light sources in the background as they can render false positives. Also remember that back in the early 30's-70's before prison reform was put into place, being sent to Americas most violent and rough prison was something really to think about. There are some very, very bad people buried in this cemetery. Plus the cemetery was also a plantation during the civil war and was worked by slaves, it was also settled by the Tunica Indians and there are burial mounds all over the 18,000 acre prison."

Dr. Dave's Notes:
The orb in these photos is not related to dust. It appears regularly and appears as a solid spherical anomaly. Dust orbs appear as transparent anomalies, this orb is not transparent.



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