Thursday, July 24, 2014

Annoying Things About the Paranormal: Circle Crazies

For the record, I don't mean any malicious intent with this little article. It's not meant to offend those who do these annoying little habits. Your opinions are your opinions. As you know with opinions, not everyone is going to agree with them. It's not like I go behind your back and say, "Teehee! He/she's a freaking idiot!" No. I'm not like that. 

If you have any objections or anything to add, feel free to comment below. 

Hilarious photo created by: (Sorry about the mishap, John. It was like that when I found it. We cool?) 

Okay. First of all, know that you have people in your life that love you. Very dearly, I'm sure. So, you have that going for you. But just because you circle a photo with a supposed ghost in it, doesn't mean I'm going to see it any better. 

Spirit photography has never been one of my strongest suits. I can look at it and eventually I will see something. We ALL do that. It's like looking at a wall made out of wood. If you stand there, keep staring at it, you will see a face or whatever. We all do it. But just because you see a face, it doesn't mean its there. It's because your mind looks for patterns and it's putting these patterns together. Eventually it will make a recognizable figure. It's like looking at photos of random people and eventually you'll be like, "It looks like so and so" and someone will say, "No it don't." And you say, "Yeah-huh, you knob!" It's not YOUR fault, it's your brain's fault. Blame the brain. Drunks and stupid people do it all the time. 

But this is an annoying habit that I wish would stop. Look. If you want your evidence to be concrete, without a shout of a doubt that your evidence is valued, then don't tell anyone a damn thing. Let them find it themselves. Don't put 30 circles in a single photo (I have seen this before), because then you're pointing it out and eventually someone will believe it. Because the brain and eyes have a conversation. It goes like this:

Brain: Hey, eyes. See that picture? You're suppose to see something in those circles.

Eyes: Really? I don't see anything. Are you sure?

Brain: To tell you the truth, the poor bastard who draws those circles always says there's something there when there really isn't. Sad. 

Eyes: I think I see something!

Brain: No, no. Eyes, that's a screwed up thing I do. Eventually I will find patterns of something in pictures and you will see a face or eyes, whatever. You know what? Never mind. Hey hands!

Hands: Yes? 

Brain: Just tell this poor soul that you see something, alright?

Hands: We don't see anything.

Brain: Do it or I'll make righty do "the yanking."

Righty: Nooooooooooooooo! 

Okay, okay. So there you go. Here's what I suggest: instead of telling people where these supposed spirits are, don't say anything. Because if they see what you see, then what's to argue? You have more people on your side and your evidence is looking better. It's like EVPs. I wouldn't tell anyone what I think it says until after. If they heard what I heard, doesn't that make the evidence that much more real? I would think so. 

I'm sure this is what a good portion of people think every time they see these freaking things. Some day you're just going to have to admit that there is not a damn thing there and get over it. 

I have decided to make this a new segment here on Scared Sheetless. Hope you enjoyed! 


  1. I would appreciate adding back the watermark I placed on this when I created it, it looks to have been removed. Thanks!

    1. Whoops! Damn sites removing things, claiming it to be their own. Surprisingly you're the only one who's came forth. Sorry about that, John. It was like that when I found it. Hope we're good now. Take care!


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