posted on Apr, 5 2006 @ 11:05 AM
I have yet to ever see a "YES" picture. At best, I have seen about a dozen "cannot be explained" pictures. I've taken one myself. That's
usually as far as these kinds of things go. To go from "plausible" to "confirmed" takes a leap of faith from each individual viewer. Of course
this is generally because of poor photography. The image is hidden behind something, far away, the picture is very dark, etc.
Unfortunately it is my opinion that photography will never prove the existance of true ghosts. As far as I know, ghosts just look like people. So if
you get really good picture of a ghost, it will just look like a normal person to anyone who sees the photo. This is the one fallacy that
separates ghosts from other paranormal/crypto entities like aliens, bigfoot, demons, nessie, etc. If you get a clear, perfect shot on any of those
kinds of things, the results will be generally undeniable. But a ghost is a bit more iffy, because it resembles a human.
This also goes for anything that I would consider an "interdimensional being". This would include 'shadow people', and also the previously
undocumented 'sprite' that I have captured on film. Non-physical entities are normally shrugged off as reflection, glare, shadow, smoke, or
[edit on 5-4-2006 by Yarcofin]