So the poster of this video has been investigating Black Eyed Kids, or BEKs for a little while now. He routinely disproves alot of evidence, and has
ways to prove which cases are seemingly more legitimate, including some low-frequency sounds that are always heard in most of the more legitimate
cases. Even in cases decades ago, there has been note of a "low, almost humming" noise.
Isolating this low frequency, he put it on a loop on his computer next to his front door all night for five nights in a row, with a program recording
video as well.. What he catches on the fifth night is truly....terrifying.
Let's just say I'd be outside with my firearm if that happened to me. I'd be outside with my firearm, and most likely a diaper.
He DID end up contacting the police, and there's a video about that. My thoughts, are that if he faked the video (which it really doesn't seem
that's his MO), he wouldn't have the stupidity to involve the police. That in itself is a crime, to take them away from their duties (which could be
saving a life)
His most recent work, has been with this one girl that had an experience and had kept her identity private for a time. The girl's previous experience
involved having her friend be abducted during a music festival 18 months prior to telling her story via this guy's channel. Pretty interesting story,
and it definitely has hints of truth to it...
This girl is currently in school for something relating to research on wildfires and the like; affording her to some pretty sweet knowledge on camera
equipment and the like. She's offered to help the owner of the channel, by sending him trailcams, better equipment, and possibly sat-link camera
equipment in the near future.
Recent video posted 9 hours previous to this OP, was him doing a little QnA while setting up the trailcams, so we may see some more footage in the
What say you, ATS?
(And welcome back to ATS, away from the political storm)
Where you had someone stand on your porch for over an hour? Lol
Yeah, it is all pretty questionable, but after watching a few of the other videos he has on the subject; he seemingly takes this investigation of his
very seriously, and tries his best to discredit the fakes and such
Just FYI, anything that seems produced, such as adding sound effects and music during a video with proof hurts the validity here.
But, as im editing a video right now, I can tell you it would be ready to loop that same leaning pose over and over for an hour.
What are you talking about, sound effects and music? Are you talking about the intro, which is literally the same this day in age as a watermark? I
don't think it has any effect on the validity, unless he had a soundtrack playing over the actual video, with whacky sound-effects playing when the
kid shows up
Title of video touts it as proof, but it has about as much
proof as the famous bigfoot video. If I were the one doing
the 'research' I would rig up more than just the porch light
to the sensor and really get a good shot of it.
On another note, if one wanted to be a successful hoaxer,
a big part of that would be overall presentation, ie: appear
credible by doing some debunking etc.
Let me clarify as well, cause I dont think I did before,
I too, am a skeptic. But I guess I'm leaning more towards belief than utter disbelief, because I've seen quite a lot of content in my day, and have an
idea of what to look for in voice inflections, types of video, false positives, false negatives etc.
Something about this guy...is different.
But I will concede, that it is strange that a guy who has a youtube channel that has a subsection of "strange" things has reoccurring experiences. But
I suppose stranger things have happened.
I agree it is a fascinating subject. I remember a thread on here that was written by someone who is usually a sceptic, and they described a BEK
experience they thought they had. Trying to remember what it was called. Will have a look and see if I can find it, it was very interesting,
particularly coming from someone who usually debunks things
That'd be wonderful to get a hold of. As I said before, my first inclination is to debunk!
a little backstory, and I'll probably write a post about it in the future with more info;
I used to be very, VERY skeptic about Aliens and UFOs. I wouldn't really believe any video at all, just kind of refer to any 'sighting' as a japanese
lantern, or a camera trick, or maybe someone had the wrong mushrooms on their mushroom and swiss. However, all of that changed when I had my own
experience, in the middle of the day.
I saw, about 150yds from me, at the top of a treeline, a lone, spherical flying object. It looked to be, with rough estimation, about 5-6 feet in
diameter. it came above the treeline and stopped on a dime, and I had a strange feeling it was observing me. That feeling was reinforced, when I took
a step forward (after being too shocked to move at all) and the object took off at a 45* angle away from me, and was out of sight within a fraction of
a nano-second. I'd never seen something move that fast, especially from a stand still.
Long story short, I now believe in a rule I call the 99/1 rule. out of 100 cases, there are going to be 99 fakes. It's easy to look at all those fakes
and determine the last will obviously be fake as well. It's easy to let all the attention seekers drown out the legitimate claims..
But there are always going to be legitimate claims being buried under the weight of fakery.
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