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An unidentifiable creature has recently been washed to the sea shores of the Osu Castle which, reportedly, caused many inhabitants and people near the incidence to flee thinking it could be a creature from the Marine world. However, others also claimed it could be a human who drowned and has now been washed out to the shores.
Scrutinizing the nature of this creature, it looks like a human surfering from vitiligo, a disease which causes a person to lose skin colour and turn white due to the inability of pigment producing body features to work efficiently.
Others argue that the salt from the sea is what has preserved the person’s body from rotting and the continuous washing and rubbing of the body against the sea bed has caused his skin to peel off, whiles others say otherwise claiming it’s a seagod, “if not how come he has that hair? Because this is not the hair of a normal Ghanaian“.
When these photos surfaced on social media, many netizens passed their views whilse others gave some hilarious comments claiming it’s the dead body of the Ghanaian singer ‘Castro’. Below are some comments of netizens;
Please what are you also thinking? Let us know in the comments section below.
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