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    Creepy photo of girl in bus makes her mom stop her joining the field trip

    MANILA, Philippines – Do you believe in premonitions and warnings from signs or events around us?
    Creepy photo of girl in bus makes her mom stop her joining the field trip

    One mom recently went viral after sharing photos taken from the bus that her daughter and husband were supposed to ride for the field trip. But she made them come home after her husband took photos of the child and she saw some creepy images there.

    Vanessa de Peralta shared pictures taken by her husband, ER de Peralta while he and their daughter Venice waited for other kids to arrive for the field trip. While ER went outside the bus for a while to vape, he took a photo of their daughter as she looked outside the bus with her hand pressed to the window.

    Creepy photo of girl in bus makes her mom stop her joining the field trip
    Photo credit: Vanessa de Peralta / Admin Chai Spookify - Facebook

    These were just sweet, innocent pictures that ER just meant to share to his wife to chronicle the trip, but she noticed something really creepy in the pictures. While there was no child sitting at the chair in front of the one where Venice was sitting, the image of another girl that looked like her could be seen in that space.

    Moreover, there appears to be another girl standing at the back of Venice, nearly peering over her head. What’s creepier is that the other girls appear to look like Venice!

    The little girl had been so excited about the field trip, but Vanessa felt that this was some kind of premonition that she told her husband to get off the bus; he and Venice went home.

    Out of fear, the couple would also burn the clothes worn by Venice in that bus. They’re unsure about the creepy doppelganger but Vanessa didn’t want to take the risk of letting her husband and daughter continue with the trip after seeing the photos.

    Creepy photo of girl in bus makes her mom stop her joining the field trip
    Photo credit: Vanessa de Peralta / Admin Chai Spookify - Facebook

    The photos to mixed reactions on the internet.

    “Kawawang venice d na enjoy ang field trip. Tuloy naging failed trip…” one netizen wrote.

    Others pointed out that ER enjoys making copies of Venice in photo edits in previous posts on his Facebook page; they think he faked the pictures. But Vanessa insists that’s not the case this time; ER did not edit the pictures. Plus, they paid for the field trip; why would they fake the photos and go home?

    “It's called pareidolia—and it causes people to see patterns such as faces and images in everyday objects. People with pareidolia give human characteristics to random things such as doorknobs or vegetables or a house. Thanks google,” one netizen wrote.

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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