Bone pointing is a method of execution used by Aborigines.
Supposedly the practice never fails to kill despite the fact that the victim is
never physically harmed. In fact, the practice leaves no trace whatsoever on
This practice is
carried out by a Kurdaitcha, or a ritual executioner. The name Kurdaitcha comes
from the slippers that the Kurdaitcha wear. These slippers, made of cockatoo or
emu feathers and human hair are completely silent when the user walks in them. The
Kurdaitcha will use this silence to quickly hunt down the person to be killed
if the person has fled. Once the person is caught the Kurdaitcha will go down
onto one knee and point the kundela, or killing bone (which will have been charged
with a psychic energy in a previous ritual), at the condemned. At this point
the victim is said to be completely frozen in fear. The Kurdaitcha will then chant
a curse. Afterwards the Kurdaitcha and fellow hunters will return to the village
and the kundela will be burned.
After the ritual the guilty person may live for several days
or weeks. However, the person believes so strongly in the curse that they will
most definitely die. Although the kundela does not physically harm the person
it is said to pierce the victim with a spear of thought, which does just as
much damage as an actual spear. Victims tend to become listless and apathetic,
refusing to eat or drink. The syndrome of dying despite not being physically
harmed is called the “bone-pointing
syndrome”. It simply means the victim dies because of the belief that they are
going to die.
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This photo was taken in 1895 by an amateur spelunker/photographer named Oren Jeffries while exploring an unmapped section of Grand Caverns, in Southwestern Virginia.
At the time it was taken, Jeffries was conducting photographic experiments, using super long exposures to see if anything at all could be captured in the total absence of light—otherwise known as “cave darkness.” He would situate himself on level ground, extinguish his lantern, and then open the lens of his homemade box camera for as long as he could stand the darkness.
During one of these experiments, he heard something approach from the deeper recesses of the cave. Frightened, Jeffries abandoned his experiment and set off one of the Blitzlicht flashes he used for taking traditional photos underground.
According to the report he later gave to a local newspaper, Jeffries saw three “humanoid” creatures staring at him from the shadows and took off running in the other direction and didn’t stop running until he was topside. Several days later, he returned with three other men to retrieve his box camera. This is the image that was recorded on the film inside. (Source)
The photo above reportedly shows a little girl toddling towards her ‘imaginary’ friend. What do you think?
November 7, 2015
The Espanola Cemetery, Florida
I’ve always had paranormal experiences, ever since I was a child, as my
mother and grandmother, etc. It runs in my family so I have had a few
but this one definitely stands out.
I had a former student who had died in a car accident and was not able
to make it to the funeral so I, along with a friend of mine and her son,
drove to the cemetary so I could visit his grave. Her son is autistic
but he had been to this cemetary before with no issues. We got there and
all was fine. I was looking for the grave while still in the car it
would have been fresh so not difficult to spot. The Espanola Cemetary is
not that large and has graves dating to the Civil War and before. I had
started feeling uneasy for absolutely no reason but didn’t say
anything. I finally spotted the grave and were getting ready to stop
when Evan became panicked. He said he wanted to leave right away and got
very agitated. He had been happy and talking a minute before. I also
felt almost lighthearted and said to my friend I thought we needed to go
anyway. On an impulse I took my phone and turned it around and snapped a
picture of Evan in the back seat. Once we left the cemetary he was fine
but did say that he never wanted to “go back to that nightmare.” Later
on I looked at the picture and was astounded. A few say they don’t see
anything but it took me 1 second to see 3 distinct figures in the
reflection of his glasses. Like they were standing in front of the car. I
also found a figure on the seat by him. To me it is obvious and it is
to others as well. I do not go and try to take “ghost” pics. This was
purely on impulse. I’ve had someone who does paranormal research look at
the pic and he saw it immediately also. The 3 figures are an old man, a
woman with hair that looks like civil war era, and a boy in a cowboy
hat. Interestingly, when I showed my mother the picture she threw my
phone and said delete it. No one should keep pictures of the dead. I had
not even told her what was on the pic. I only asked her what she saw.