Photo circulates of fatal motorcycle crash that appears to show spirit leaving man’s body

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STANTON, KY. – A chilling photo taken at the scene of a fatal motorcycle crash in Kentucky is getting a lot of attention online. Many people believe the photo shows the motorcycle driver’s spirit leaving his body.

According to Lex 18 News, the crash occurred in Powell County, Kentucky on Tuesday evening around 5:30 p.m. A motorcyclist was seriously injured after crashing on Highway 15 near Stanton. He was transported to the hospital where he later died.

Saul Vazquez of Mount Sterling, Kentucky witnessed the photo while in his truck. He took a picture of the accident and then noticed something unusual about it.

“Zoom in and pay attention to the shadow just off the top of the state trooper hat. All I say is I hope everyone involved is okay!!” wrote Vazquez in the Facebook post.

The photo has been shared over 2,700 times since Vazquez posted it less than a day ago. Many people believe the photo shows the motorcycle driver’s spirit leaving his body. Regardless, it’s certainly sparking a lot of conversation.

Vazquez told Lex 18 News that the picture has not been altered.

 

4 Fast Facts

  • There was a fatal motorcycle crash yesterday in Kentucky.
  • A man took a photo of the scene.
  • Many people think the photo shows the man’s spirit leaving his body.
  • It has been shared over 2.700 times on Facebook.

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