30
Oct

Ghost Spotted In Selfie!

A Belfast girl got the Halloween surprise of a lifetime yesterday when a ghost decided to pop into her selfie!

BelfastLive first reported the terrifying incident after the girl’s mother alerted them to a supernatural presence in her daughter’s selfie.

Take a look at the image and see if you can decide for yourself whether or not this is a hoax or a genuine demon screaming to be noticed in the dog-eat-dog world of selfie mania.

Ghost Selfie Captured Via Selfie App

What’s concerning to us at SelfieYo is the apparent dark circles on the inner eyes of the alleged ghost. This is what we call a key validity spirit indicator.

According to our internal experts in the supernatural selfie research department, those dark circles are most definitely NOT belonging to any living human. After quickly determining the authenticity of the ghost selfie, we did some additional digging to figure out whether or not the ghost comes in peace or may be of the more demonic variety.

Unfortunately, the menacing position of the ghost’s head and evil facial features are indicative of what we believe to be a 14th century turnt goblin.

Turnt goblins are known to have inhabited the area around West Belfast through most of the 14th and 15th centuries.

While accounts of goblin intoxication are somewhat conflicting, our research suggests that these mischievous, grotesque little demons had the ability to appear and disappear at-will.

In fact, it’s rumored that the Harry Potter apparition scenes were heavily influenced by 14th century Euro goblins. We cannot confirm or deny this for certain.

Perhaps the most troublesome thing about this ghost’s appearance in a girl’s Halloween selfie is that it could represent a harbinger of a second wave of demon selfie ghosts yet to come.

Towards the end of the 15th century, the Catholic church had successfully eradicated nearly all of the reported goblin activity throughout Europe. However, tales of ultra powerful Cambions and other demonic varieties coming out of Umbria lead us to believe that a small number of evil goblins were hidden away for thousands of years in underground tunnels.

Experts now believe that the remaining evil goblins sought protection and refuge from Beelzebub — and in return for his protection, the goblins are now part of concerted attempt to control selfies across the web and mobile apps.

Strange. We know.

We’ll be reporting more details as this story continues to unfold. In the meantime, we urge you to be vigilant and on the lookout for suspicious goblins that may show up in your selfies this Halloween weekend.

The intentions of said evil goblins remain unknown.