An intriguing Tale, which for if nothing else has so many layers – as to make any real proof of paranormal activity hard to pin down, One such piece of Art is known as ''Love Letters''. The portrait is of a young and vibrant little girl, holding flowers in one hand and a letter (or paper) in the other. A rather impish look is present on Her otherwise ‘’normal’’ little face. Found on display in The Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas (US) – the structure dates to 1886. According to one version of the Haunting Tale surrounding the painting, the Little Girls was playing upstairs with a ball that began to roll down the stairway. Trying to catch it, She tripped and fell to her death. To commemorate the beauty of The Lass, the painting was commissioned. When viewed however, some state that the Girl’s ‘’expression’’ changes with every glance. From pensive to downright ‘’angry’’. Further, feeling of dizziness, nausea and other maladies associated with a person ‘’falling’’ are also experienced. Sadly, in truth – the paint is NOT of the Little Girl at all or even 100 years old. It is a reproduction painted in 1990 from an ‘’original source’’. As such, yet another Myth grew from ‘’Love Letters’’. This version states that the Little Girl (from the original painting), hold a letter from Her beloved Father. He in turn was killed in The American Civil War. The Little Girl was said to have died of ‘’loss’’. Hence, the physical manifestations of purported ‘’feelings’’ are related to this sad event. Still more Persons assign a flat out hoaxed and contrived story theory, as a means of attracting Tourists. Perhaps so. But maybe YOU, Dear Reader – should stare unblinking at the provided photograph of ‘’Love Letters’’ and SEE WHAT HAPPENS……….