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A “selfie” from beyond the grave? Romanian woman claims her dead grandmother has contacted her

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A Romanian woman is claiming the ghost of her dead grandmother took a “selfie” on her phone to warn her she was being punished in the afterlife.

This, according to the Daily Mail.

34-year-old Gina Mihai claims that when she turned on her phone — she saw her dead grandmother with a snake around her neck.

“When I switched the phone on I was horrified to see my dead grandmother’s face. She had what looked like a snake around her neck, and the whole image looked as if it had been taken through a hole, like it was shot through a tear in the fabric that separates the living from the dead,” Mihai told the Daily Mail.

Photo Courtesy The Daily Mail

Photo Courtesy The Daily Mail

Mihai says a fortune teller told her it was a message — meaning her grandmother was being punished in the afterlife, but could be saved with prayer.

Once a year there is a feast, the service of alms, in which Romanians travel to the graveyard and hand over food as a gesture to the spirits in the afterlife. The food is eventually given to the poor.

Mihai has apparently not given food for three years — which is why she has received this message.

Her family and members of her church have been praying about her grandmother and the photo ever since.

Photo Courtesy The Daily Mail

Photo Courtesy The Daily Mail

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