I tried to find any post about this.... (i'm sure there is on ATS somewhere but the search engine needs to updated?) anyway I was hoping someone will
have equipment to debunk this... I was in shock when i watched it the first time, and I kept thinking "no way". But i will leave that up to you guys
to deiced just let you guys pick this apart.
Gotta be fake....dont know nuttin about video or CGI editing but it all seems to staged to me....where's the gasps, where's the zoom in right at the
start..why did he/she take the camera away at that point, ???
I call fake -not from digital facts but rather from human behavioral abnormalities.
Ghosts appear practically as soon as camera is turned on.
If you were actually in the process of filming real ghosts do you think you would jump up after 3 minutes of film and turn off the camera? Any
rational person would either be trying to get closer and/or film longer waiting to see what else you could get.
I just came back from Youtube. After clicking on that video I decided to travel down the suggest videos highway.
This is one several pictures I can't explain:
The "sunlight ghost", the women posing for a photograph and a quite radiant figure appears in the background.
The "grandma appears near the lampshade" ghost. The head of an elderly lady shows up near the wall of a living room. Reminiscent of another
photograph I once saw. An early crime scene photograph (late 1800s-1930s) where the disembodied head of a young woman appears near the floor.
Many others scream obviously fake but that's only imo.
The following video I believe features two spirits as pointed out by the people who uploaded it. One thing I feel adds true authenticity to this video
is the fact that the camera operator is a father speaking with his children while on vacation in Gettysburg.
The conversation flows naturally between those present and they are not focused on ghosts.
Notice how the person zoomed in on the crack in the boulders, while he didn't zoom in on the mist that rose out of them.
This video claims to show activity that began a little over 20 minutes after filming began.
It is interesting and I cannot authenticate the uniform the ghost is wearing (I have no knowledge of Civil War uniforms).
Thanks for all of the great responses! and to the first replier, yes that was the video I was referring to. I found a few more online that I will post
in this forum that are pretty good ones. Once again thanks to all of you for the great responses!
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