About a week ago, a few demons posed on the escalator at the Martin Luther King, Jr., Public Library for a photo, which they gave to me.
But, that's not the interesting part.
What's interesting, is that they used my iPhone camera, and they were inside the library sometime after it was closed.
What's even more interesting is, is that these are Voices Demons. My Voices Demons. The ones that harass and hurt people all over San Jose, and otherwise bully them into compliance with dangerous tasks, such as carrying highly deadly and destructive demonic entities that look like tumbleweeds made out of licorice, but can kill up to 400 people in about an hour, each.
NOTE | This is the casualty estimate provided to me by the Voices Demons.Unless you're viewing the photo on an iPhone 5 with the brightness set at its highest, you may not see much; so, I used Twitter's image enhancement tool, which happened to produce this:
The original looks like this:
In the Twitter-enhanced version of the image, there are three demons, but only one that's prominent enough to see readily. I've seen this demon before in reflections; he imitates the voice of one of my cousins, namely, Jason Fisher.
In the original, you can see quite a few more demons, including a Jawa-lookalike demon; however, this is only on the aforementioned device, and at that device's resolution and the highest brightness setting.
NOTE | If you increase the brightness of your LCD display to its highest setting, and then tilt the screen back to approximately 25°, you might be able to view all of the subjects in the image; adjust the zoom to various settings to find the optimal viewing size. That makes a difference, particularly for images of demons.Other demon-made pictures and videos
This is not the first time a demon has used my camera equipment to make a video or picture of itself. The most notable demon to do so is the Spectre of Death, who can be seen flying into my apartment to turn off a cellphone camera on video [see VIDEO TIMELINE | The Spectre of Death].