Haunting TrailCam Photos

The spooky coyote was captured at the Beaver Pond during May right before the flooding rains hit.

 

Halloween is one of my favorite days. I love the general ghostly atmosphere this day brings.

In my research at Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus I’ve captured some spooky, ghostlike trail cam photos of wildlife. Here are a few of those captures this year that lend themselves to revealing a haunting and eerie side of wildlife.

 

The ghostly buck.

 

A close-up of an often curious raccoon can be spooky.

 

Can you see the ghostly owl? I would’ve missed it because the owl only shows up in two captures.

 

Photographs – © Christena Stephens Photography

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Remembering the Hunts

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Today, is the 72nd anniversary of the murders of Dr. Roy and Mae Hunt. The date is forever instilled in my heart. I put over five years of hard research and writing into this story, all the way down to interviewing both Hunt daughters.

Earlier this year a Texas press requested the full manuscript and it’s still under their review. I’ve received notable advice from Dr. T. Lindsey Baker, Dr. Paul Carlson, Mr. Bill Neal, and Dr. David Murrah, as well as from my closest friends who have guided me on this journey.

Now, the wait continues…. “Unanswered Justice: The Murders of Dr. Roy and Mae Hunt” is a story that needs to be shared with readers.

Photograph – © Christena Stephens Photography

© Christena Stephens, 2014 – 2015. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided full and clear credit is given to Christena Stephens with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.