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originally posted by: nullafides
a reply to: brace22
This is probably the first time I've ever responded to a paranormal thread.
Yes, children do fall all the damned time. I swear they're secretly here as litmus tests to make sure gravity is still working. As are cats.
However, as one of the other people said, this *really* does look like the toddler is being pushed. Her feet and knees were firm in their position. So were her shoulders and head.
The body *always* follows the head.
What I noticed, and the person who edited video for youtube did to great effect when they highlighted it, is that it truly looks as though the point of force was aimed at her solar plexus. Dead center chest. Her upper torso went straight back....all other body motions were a following act, from what I observed.
I actually caught this BEFORE the highlight in the edit came up and they replayed it.
Also, think about when you're fighting. I was taught that you need to watch the shoulders, as that is where upper torso action like a punch is going to originate from. That being said, this was my point of focus...
From what *I* saw, her shoulders went straight back...
Didn't you or anybody else notice she starts moving her hands before she starts falling?
originally posted by: OveRcuRrEnteD
After watching 2 seconds of the vid at the 13sec to 14sec mark about 20 times in a loop, it is very clear that the fall originates at the upper chest area and the rest of her body follows.
originally posted by: brace22
Hello thereeee children! (10 Points if you can name that reference)
I find myself posting in this forum again, a forum I don't usually delve into. Once again, please ignore the source, but rather look at the content.
Okay, so a little 1-year old girl named Lexi, was playing "Peek-a-boo" with her parents, who happened to be filming the cuteness. When all of a sudden, she appears to be pushed over... However whatever pushes her over remains to be seen.
Now I was very sceptical BEFORE I looked at the video, however upon watching... I found myself stumped, and here is why:
1) There is a large area in view surrounding the toddler, with no sign of any interference from anything being able to push her over
2) Whoever is filming this is a good few yards away, and un-able to hide any interference.
3) There is no evidence of CGI or any other tool to manipulate the video.
4) Lexi does not loose her footing, control or balance before she falls.
So as you can see, from my view, this is quite a tricky one to break down. I should point out I am useless at investigating the paranormal, so I am hoping some of you guys can help break this down and analyse it more in depth. The video link is below: