Three years ago, a group of friends and I went to a concert at what is now my college. We were all excited on our way to the school, except we realized that no one remembered to bring a camera. We decided to stop by a gas station to buy some disposable ones.
Once we arrived at the school, we began taking pictures with the camera; mostly just ones of us being silly in line waiting to be let in. It was September, so the weather, even at night, was still relatively warm. As I recall, it had been around 50 degrees F.
After the concert, the girls decided to pose for pictures in the back of a friend's truck while the boys took the pictures. We only took a few pictures, and then decided it was time to head home.
Two weeks later, I accompanied one friend, Colleen, to pick up the pictures that she had gotten developed. I waited in the car as she went inside, and when she came back out again, she handed the pictures to me. She drove the car while I looked through the pictures. I got to the ones that we took after the concert in the parking lot and I noticed something strange in the 3rd one.
There was some type of orb floating to the left of us. There were no lampposts directly around us. The only ones in the parking lot were a few rows behind us in front of some woods. I didn't think much of it, until I flipped to the next picture. In the same spot where the orb floated in the previous photo was something that looked like a cloud or fog. This cloud photo was taken only about 10 seconds or so after the orb one. And the picture taken about 10 seconds before the orb one was completely normal.
The moment I looked at the cloud, I saw what appeared to be a face (I don't want to point it out to you because I want to know if you can see it on your own when you look at the picture). Just looking at the picture scared me, and I knew that it was something weird. To me, the face did not look friendly, and I am very glad that we did not see it while the picture was being taken.
As I said before, it was a warm night, so I know it was not someone's breath, as you can see if it is cold outside. There was no fog around either. Since I go to school there now, I know what the fog there looks like. It stays low to the ground (this "cloud" is near our heads, probably 7-8 feet in the air) and it would have shown up in the other pictures. This is the only photo out of all that night that it was in.
I showed the pictures to my friend that was driving, and she looked just as confused as I was. When we got home, we showed the pictures to my mom. She said that she had just watched a ghost hunting show the other night, and they had taken pictures similar to ours. The only difference was that they had a digital camera and ours was a disposable one. Everyone I showed the picture to pointed out the same face that I saw without me telling them where to look or what to look for.
The next fall I started my freshman year at that school. Around October or so, a friend and I decided to take a walk and explore some of the campus. We walked down to the parking lot where those pictures had been taken, so I decided to tell her about them. She pointed out a path that led from the back row of the parking lot into the woods behind it. Neither of us knew where it led.
Once we entered the woods, there was a stream with a bridge going over top of it. When we got about half way over the bridge, I stopped in mid-step. Over the bridge and a little distance back in the woods, I could see a cemetery. I refused to go any further because I got so freaked out. I remembered the face I saw in the cloud, ran off the bridge, and made my friend walk me back to my dorm. I'm not sure if whatever was in that picture was related to the cemetery, but my gut feeling on that bridge was to leave immediately. I haven't gone back there since.