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reply to post by Vasa Croe
i would say that if this clerk has had previous experiences in the store than it gives her or whoever perfect reason to go through the footage and pull the event for further review. I do think it's more far fetched for whoever to plan some elaborate prank and submit the footage to be scrutinized only for it to come out later that is indeed faked. that would have the opposite effect on the store.
There is nothing in the linked story that suggests any previous experiences though I may have missed where someone at the store had prior reported experiences.
Compressed air is ruled out in my mind because nothing else on the counter moves.
Not sure if this has been mentioned, but right before the jar starts to move, the lights flicker brighter and dimmer, like a surge in electromagnetic energy is present. This is pretty common in genuine paranormal events..
The jar seems to spin a bit on it's way off the edge too.. Not something easily done by trickery. Maybe not possible by trickery at all.
The Ghost Hunters team would have looked at this video very carefully and would not waste time if they thought it was hoaxed..
Just because it could have been hoaxed doesn't mean it was. Plus there are a lot of other details that a hoaxer would have to know to make it more convincing, and it is not likely that store people are experts in the field of hoaxing paranormal events.edit on 25-3-2014 by alienreality because: (no reason given)
i would love to go there personally and see if i picked up on anything.
I've had plenty of weird stuff happen... in fact I saw a stone appear in mid air and arc into my chest one night and was with another person who saw it as well ... and the ensuing shower of pebbles that followed us out of the area... fast.
The bowl looks very light. It is sitting slightly tilted on an unstable surface, probably a folded newspaper, perhaps on top of a pen or pencil. You can see it shift to the right and slide down, then starts to wobble as it moves across the glass top. I think that it was unstable to begin with, and some minor vibration caused it to pivot onto the glass, where it wobbled off to the edge and over. The flash of light could have been the reflection of a large vehicle going by in the street, which could be the source of the vibration that started it all.
It's a more likely scenario than paranormal.