a reply to: FlySolo
I know it's a couple of pages down the line, but after watching the video, I decided to reach into my pocket and throw in my 2 cents.
I want to say before I do that I do believe in spirits, I can sense them. Sometimes I can even see them, but most of the time it's always in my
peripheral vision. I have seen some in crystal clear detail, if only for a split moment. I've also known many people who can see them better than I
can. One girl I dated was this way, and I knew she was for real when she saw a ghost in my grandma's house. It was my grandpa, and I never once
told her about him. So for her to have seen him, as well as describe his appearance/demeanor, there's no way I can doubt her.
Whenever I watch any videos like this, I always go in with an open mind. Why? Because I want to see more proof of what I already believe. I want to
get proof to show to people who don't believe. Some to rub it into their faces, others to just help expand their minds.
With that said, I believe this lady staged the video. The first thing I noticed was her eyes. There are certain people I've met who have a weird
look in their eyes, like they're not fully there. I don't know quite what it is, but it gives me a bad feeling, like you can't trust them. Now
that's just my perception, others may not agree with that. But that's my first flag to be wary of the video.
Now when the video ended, I just didn't buy the look of shock on the mother's face. Throughout the whole video, she's showing on a regular basis
that she's good at making over-exaggerated faces. Nothing wrong with that, I do it all the time.
But I have to agree with IShotMyLastMuse on
this one, I can't believe she stared straight at the camera at that moment. Any person who truly went through something like that would actually
stare at the person talking, not the camera. The camera isn't the one giving you shocking news, the daughter is. So I just don't buy it.
Then add to that the fact that her website has this in big letters: "Jaime Primak Sullivan is one of the most influential forces in the
entertainment industry today."
I'm sorry, I just don't believe it, and this is coming from someone that wants to.