posted on Mar, 2 2016 @ 02:42 AM
Interesting thread, OP,
I do not want to come off as a paranormal denier (in fact, I've experienced quite a bit of strangeness in my time, and actually LIVE in a house that
has some - if you could call it that - mildly restless spirit who whas murdered here. if there's interest I could make a posting about it here, PM me
if you'd like to know more)...
Ok, beyond that preface... it certainly is an interesting set of footage; however, though I don't doubt that the guy exploring the caves experienced
something genuinely spooky (being a dank, dark hole in the ground), I feel that there are a few points that might need a bit of exploration. Be warned
- some reading is ahead...
Firstly, in the first video clip, with the swinging chain. The length of the chain says to me that it would hold momentum for a decent amount of time.
One can see it in how far the chain travels from side to side without losing much distance from left to right on each swing. To me (and I'm no
physicist, so I could be wrong), this, along with the fact that the video skips just before that, to where he's looking back out of the cave, gives
the possibility that he MIGHT have set the chain to swing before the shots, and turned around shortly thereafter.
Secondly (and I'm quoting from info from the OP, while watching the second video), with regards to the eerie sounds observed. Sound waves travel
faster through denser mediums than less dense. This is why Whales can communicate over hundreds, of not thousands of kilometers - water is denser than
air, and therefore conducts sound waves much better. Solid rock, being MUCH more dense than air or even water, could conduct sound waves much more
efficiently; these sounds could potentially have come from a fair distance off. I'm not familliar with the area (I'm fifteen thousand miles and the
atlantic ocean away) so I can't speculate on any potential sources of the sounds.
That being said though, and watching the second clip while typing the above paragraph, the sounds, in my opinion are too loud and clear to have been
transmitted through the rock. I've left the above info in any case just for reference though. However, I believe that the sounds are either a
fabrication (an audio clip played from a distance away in the shaft), or genuine. I'm still open to either possibility, though, based on the
filmographer's reaction (and my own personal experiences), I'm leaning towards it being something real and tangible.