posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 08:36 AM
I know what you mean, they seem to go for dramatics instead of evidence. One person gets nervous and see's an animal or hears a pipe creak, and the
next thing you know, everyone is doing screaming backflips. This really cheapens the show, I want to see research, not a bunch of boy scouts and girl
guides freaked out by campfire stories.
One other thing that I noticed. I was looking at the light coming from the camera, you know those 'orb' sized reflections that come from the camera
lights combined with the night vision that you see. I noticed that they look just like the orbs that float around except they are rotated 90Degrees
off from an orbs appearance. The 'orb' has 'tentacles' of light at the bottom of the orb, and the camera light, which is a bit bigger, has
tentacles (excess light defraction on one side) on the left of the light.
All one has to do theoretically is rotate the camera to the left 90Degrees, narrow the beam of light and voila!
Watch for this when you see the show next time, not saying I'm right, but if we are being fooled, that just ain't right!