Photographs by Paul Clacher Copyright 2006

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SQ3.1 - Orb taken near High Tension Power Line Tarong
SQ3.1a - Enlargement of above Orb. This appears to be different to you usual Orbs. Perhaps it has something to do with the High Tension Power lines?
SQ3.2 - Numerous red dust particles and one (1) Orb
SQ3.3 - Yarraman Cemtery
SQ3.4 - Orbs at the Bunya Mountains
SQ3.5 - Orb at the Bunya Mountains in day light
SQ3.6 - A very special Orb taken at the Palms National Park(Queensland) in day light. On reviewing this above image I spotted an Orb, which I had not notice before. I think it is worth including on this page. Photograph taken on 13/04/2006 at 8:30 am.
SQ3.7 - This is an enlargement of the above circled Orb. It looks an awful lot like either a Wandjina or perhaps a Mookie Man, (Spirit of the Forest). What do you think?
SQ3.8 - The Yarraman Heritage Centre. Formerly a Catholic Convent for Sisters and later a boarding school for children. History of the centre can be read at the Heritage Centre. There are three (3) reported spirits which inhabit the premises. One a Nun, a Laundry Maid and a young boy.
SQ3.9 - The Yarraman Heritage Centre by night.
SQ3.10 - Orbs at the Yarraman Heritage Centre.
SQ3.11 - More Orbs at the Yarraman Heritage Centre.
SQ3.11a - Enlargement of the above Orange Orb. This Orb has a different pattern to it thatthe surrounding Orbs.
SQ3.12 - More Orbs at the Yarraman Heritage Centre.
SQ3.13 - More Orbs at the Yarraman Heritage Centre.
SQ3.14 - More Orbs at the Yarraman Heritage Centre.
SQ3.15 - More Orbs at the Yarraman Heritage Centre.

SQ3.15a - An enlargement of the above photo.

On page 47 of the book "The Mothman Prophecies" there is clear discussion that witnesses have seen objects in the process of materialisation and de-materialisation displaying a red glow first marking the emergence of the object then followed by a blue colour before it disappears. This in physics is also known as the Doppler effect.

Keel John A, "The Mothman Prophecies", Hodder and Stoughton, London, 2002, ISBN 0 340 8246 8, p 47.

SQ3.16 - Mt. Cootha Brisbane 29/05/06 7:34 pm

SQ3.16a - An enlargement of the above lower left orb.

On page 47 of the book "The Mothman Prophecies" there is clear discussion that witnesses have seen objects in the process of materialisation and de-materialisation displaying a red glow first marking the emergence of the object then followed by a blue colour before it disappears. This in physics is also known as the Doppler effect.

Keel John A, "The Mothman Prophecies", Hodder and Stoughton, London, 2002, ISBN 0 340 8246 8, p 47.

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The Yarraman Heritage Centre.

"The Yarraman Historical Society was commenced in 1997 in what used to be Sacred Heart Boarding Convent for boys, and is now known as The Yarraman Heritage Centre . The convent was in use as such from 1946 until 1966 when it was vacated by the 36 boys and up to 8 nuns who cared for them.

The convent was originally given to a catholic sub-committee of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Commission (ATSIC) in 1988 but they found they could not get financial backing to run the complex and in 1997 were considering an offer of $10,000 to demolish the convent. With an interest free loan from the council, the Yarraman and District Historical Society took posession of the building and grounds on 15th October 1997. The Yarraman Heritage Centre was commenced.

The society has set up a museum on the bottom floor of the building housing displays of the local history of the area, as well as leaving some of the rooms intact as they were used during the time of the convent. There are also many items and photographs from yesteryear that have been donated and give an idea what life was like in decades past. As well a display on the history of the timber industry in the area was set up by Queensland Museums. Also on show are local crafts, most of which are for sale, as well as a collection of paintings and tapestries in the art gallery.

Within the grounds can be found Arthur Browns Butcher Shop, which has been restored to house memorabilia of the cattle and grain industries of the area. The building was originally built about 1912 and was situated on the corner of Cheadle and Watson Streets.

The Yarraman railway station is also on site and displays old locomotive information books and other items as well as displays of war memorabilia and a tribute to the Light Horse Brigade is on display."

extracted from the web site of The Yarraman Heritage Centre