|Guest poster photo shows suspicious dark figure|
During a beautiful autumn day we drove up to the North Georgia Mountains around the Chattahoochee National Forest. We kept seeing signs that mentioned a place called Brasstown Bald so we followed the road and soon arrived at it.
The very first thing you will see on top of the mountain is the Brasstown Bald Tower. The photo's I am posting here were taken from the park's parking lot and I was using a 300ml lens on my camera.
The legend of Brasstown Bald as told by Cherokee's goes: many years ago there was a great flood that washed over the land and killed almost every person. There were only a few survivors who stayed in a very large canoe almost like Noah's Ark. To finishing reading about Brasstown Bald please click here: http://whiteoak.hubpages.com/hub/Brasstown-Bald-North-Georgia
Quick Note from TPB: We found almost the exact picture and angle of this online and there was no "shadow man" present...check the link below...
|This is a blown up version submitted by guest poster|
Cherokee people honor the Earth in a very strong spiritual way. Often when people pass away, if they die an unexpected death their spirits will remain in this realm because they do not realize they have died . With so many deaths that happened from the "Flood" it makes you stop and wonder if a lot of the Cherokee's that died spirits remain on the land protecting it. Brasstown Bald is a very sacred piece of land, so why wouldn't it be spiritually protected by Cherokee spirits? All things are possible, right?
All photos taken and provided courtesy of Eva Thomas/WhiteOak
*Brasstown Bald alternate image with no "Shadow man"
(We blew this image up and still could find no image resembling the shadow man figure, nor could we locate any structural objects that would have cast a shadow, see, TPB does their homework, but we did it for our readers, because we know the guest poster is legit 100% :) )