a reply to: Eilasvaleleyn
1, 2 and 5 are the only slightly plausible examples here. Both 3 and 4, the Hotel and the Office, are proven fakes.
The Hotel was debunked for countless reasons. First of all, the audio is completely wrong, radios do not work in the way they supposedly show in this
video. Secondly, people checked police reports for the area and nothing was ever reported in relation to this supposed event.
The office was also debunked, as I understand it a film team openly stated that they were involved in creating the video for a promotional campaign.
They planned to make this video go viral.
The pub and the theatre, 1 and 2, could also be fakes. I know people don't want to hear that, but when there is clear motivation for something like
that to be faked it's reasonable to consider that as a more likely explanation. Which is a more plausible scenario? Some mysterious spooky force is
manifesting and breaking/moving things on camera, or the business owner needs something to put on YouTube in the hope of getting some money out of
gullible people on "Ghost tours"?
Although the last one is perhaps the most plausible, it's still open to the same criticism. Is it more plausible that a ghost was doing that, or that
someone wanted to make a video to creep people out and get a little fame or notoriety?
Not saying that's what happened, just saying that this is more PLAUSIBLE and a more LIKELY explanation.
We live in a world where anyone can create a video with a little intelligence and make it seem as though these things are actually happening. Logical
people would have to assume that most of this is entirely faked for various reasons. The only way I will believe any of these cases actually happened
as they claim is if I were to experience the same thing at these locations first hand.
Believe it or not, I entirely accept that there are things in this world that we do not understand, and I entirely accept that nothing should ever be
assumed to be impossible just because we don't understand it. I have experienced things myself in the past that lead me to believe these things do
actually happen. That doesn't change the fact that not being there and not experiencing these things for myself means it cannot simply be accepted as