posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 09:09 AM
a reply to: destination now
OK it's not That big of a deal if someone has their baby forever memorialized in the annals of Internet history by placing them in a photo used to
hoax a paranormal sighting...
But then again, there was some curse with the poltergeist and exorcist movies where a bunch of people died, so, maybe there could be some
connection... Both had images of paranormal activity that were not "real" and both were forms of entertainment...
But yes I get what you are saying and I over reacted because I was hoping it was real so I was kind of going down a list of things that seemed seemed
to give it creedence, like "oh, they have their baby in the same photo, well they would tarnish their own baby's name just for a stupid hoax...would
I would venture they did it for fun to fool friends and maybe a friend put it online. I dunno. I don't have kids but i would not do that to my baby if
i had one. It's just disrespectful, to your baby and to the world of people you're hoaxing. But then i would never hoax anything online. Maybe just
to have fun with friends and ffamily and then show them how it was done afterward, but to go online and act all surprised like it's a real ghost and i
don't know what's going on, that's a totally different thing.
What if this baby grows up to so some serious work in some area of the unknown, and makes some interesting discoveries or records some remarkable
data, and then somehow it's revealed that he's the baby from that old hoax photo, so people start to say "oh he's just like his dad, he loves to pull
pranks...don't take anything he says seriously...he's just trying to outdo his father..."
edit on 4/29/2014 by 3n19m470 because: Also it's not
as easy for me to tell if it's a hoax because my phone is my Internet so the screen is too small to pick up the details necessary.