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originally posted by: Spacespider
a reply to: LSU0408
Looks like a old bald man in a white short sleeved shirt V neck, glasses perhaps.. and he have somehing haning around his neck, looks like a access card or name tag
I enhanced it
originally posted by: c2oden
I don't think you can say it is not a ghost by the light reflecting off the ghost's eyes or eyeglasses without catching a ghost and checking to see how ghosts eyes or eyeglasses reflect light.
Sometimes a ghost is just a ghost.
Even assuming that happened, the image of the person in the picture looks a bit old to have an infant child. Although, in this day and age, there are people in their fifties who have children. The person looks every bit that old. Who knows?
originally posted by: Dr UAE
the camera is a motion detector, that means that if anyone walks in front of it will take a picture and sends it
so does a moving ghost cause a camera to detect it and snaps?
or did the camera take that picture while the mother was in that room and there was a delay in sending the picture back to her?
originally posted by: LSU0408
Here's some more details... All the windows were locked, all doors were dead bolted. The system is set up to send a picture via text message when motion is detected. They bought it because their toddler had started crawling out of her crib. Nothing in the house was missing except the remote to their dog's shock collar, a dog that apparently barked at everything but had missed this. The father of the child was in Helena, MT on business.
So now what do we have?
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