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Noble Archer in the castle wall!
Dustin writes, "This is a picture I took while I was visiting Germany. There was nothing there when I took this picture. I was by myself. As you can see in the first picture, the wall has no backside. It is flat!!!! There are two figures which appear to be archers in the windows. (the second and third windows from the left).


Castle "remains" and with a ghostly guard (archer)

Close-up - Do you see him?

 Spookered's comments:
Ok, this one gave me the creeps. I have no explanation for it. Id definitely say we have a winner here. I wanted to say that it could be the coloring on the wall itself, but it appears to have dimension to it.  I see a head with a hat and an arm sticking out as if he were preparing a bow.
 Submitted by:  Dustin

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