Creepy cell phone picture

Two weeks ago my sister bought a new cell phone. Last Thursday, after work, she crashed on the couch to watch some TV. Her son came into the living room, noticed the new phone sticking out of her purse, and asked if he could play with it. She said it was fine as long as he promised not to call or text anyone, and he agreed.

Around 11pm she started nodding off during the news, so she decided to tuck her son in before going to bed. She went to his room, but he wasn’t there. She found him sleeping on her bed with the phone in his hand. Browsing through the phone, she noticed only a few minor changes, a new background, ringtone, and a bunch of photos. She began deleting some of the pictures he had taken until she came upon the last one. It was her son, sleeping on her bed, but it was as though the picture had been taken by someone standing over him. It showed the left half of what appeared to be an elderly woman’s face. Nobody in my family knows who this is, and her son didn’t remember anything. We ended up filing a police report.

Here is the picture:


#1 Joey on 02.12.09 at 10:10 am

OMG what the FUCK? Dude I’d make sure she has locks on her doors and USES THEM!

#2 Saint Boogerventure on 02.12.09 at 10:56 am

The eyeliner is a dead giveaway: It was Criss Angel. He’s a magician and he can do stuff like that.

#3 miss diva on 05.16.09 at 5:44 pm

Criss Angel that was a good one! haha

#4 vicki on 07.21.10 at 1:48 pm

i;m glad this website is available , i received my letter today , so thank you to all who has alerted people to this scam because you save me $37.

thank you all !!!!

#5 DickC on 10.28.10 at 1:54 pm

These scammers, like most of them, prey on people hit by a hard economy. e.g., the elderly, jobless, etc. Imagine, a $10K line of credit for only a $37 down payment. Look at this scenario: they pay out $25K to buy a list or lists, print and mail 5000 of their solicitation; if all 5000 gullible souls paid their $37, the scammers make $185K for a net profit of $160K. Cute and clever as they move on asap (Dallas address is no good after a short time). Then, after a nice trip to Brazil, they resurface with a new scam with a similar profit potential. As an attorney, my best advice is to research before falling victim.

#6 secretjerky on 05.10.12 at 1:04 pm


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