I read ATS in the way others gossip about friends and acquaintances, or as far too many people read Dan Brown novels. I don't truly believe in
aliens, global conspiracies or magic. I do believe that the pubic is in the dark about a great many things; I not sure what though. When it comes to
ghosts, I've heard many a tale from my friends about experiences, or tales that they have been told. One lad, when young, had quite a beano at his
house thanks to an experience as a wee baby. I don't believe reason has much part to play in my beliefs when it comes to ATS, but proof, does. Too
often a hazy seagull is an alien spaceship because people (well, a handful) want to see one.
So what is this post about. My first post. Well, I've read ATS for about a year now, but have ever bothered to register because there are a lot of
smart members and mods. who cut the chaff from the wheat and echo my opinion leaving mine redundant. I learn from ATS, but I think little could ATS
learn from me.
I'll keep this brief; no verbage. A friend of my partner came to visit, and during the day asked if we wanted to see a ghost. Not your standard
'What, ho. How's tricks chum'. He produced a DVD and a pair of 'photographs.
The background: A wedding in the nineties. A girl on the DVD asking 'did you see the ghost mummy?'. A 3-hour wedding video. Made for the couple,
probably only watched by the couple; if that is said ghost had not put in an appearance. It is also in a 'photograph taken at the same time.
I have been asked to blank out the faces because my friend doesn't really know the couple and can't ask their permission. First apology. Second
apology, I don't have a copy of the DVD at present, it wouldn't copy, and yes I'm aware of how this sounds. I'm working on it.
The fact this image was captured by two different mediums at the same moment, to my mind, means it has to have been there. My only questions is; is it
a really child? I've scanned through the DVD and can't see the child anywhere. I'm told that she is stood by a river, where the children weren't
allowed to play. A rather dated dress (no shoes, either), and 'mummy, did you see the ghost?'.
Both of these images have been resized. This first image had been very kindly cropped by whoever developed the picture. Back they went with the
negative to take a closer look.
Is she see-through or not?
[edit on 30-3-2006 by Woland]