Originally posted by COWBOYCON
Ive seen that 2nd photo before, only where i read about it it said it was taken in New York. I think it also said somethin about a deamon or
I am not a sceptic, and I try to keep an open mind about things, but this much I do know.
I know animal behavior.
Now I know that police horses (if that was what was being ridden, I couldn't tell) are supposed to be bombproof.
A bombproof horse is one that with firecrakers and guns going off around it, cars backfiring, and horns blowing, people screaming, smoke blowing, and
fires burning, bottles being thrown, glass breaking, they don't spook.
They do their job, and they pay attention to their riders. NY police horses are the best, with Nawlins a close second, though they might not be police
horses, in which case, spooking is FAR more likely. They don't have the training.
That being said, I also know that animals are far more sensistive to other "vibrations". Horses eyes are set to the sides of their heads like most
prey animals, so they can see what is going on behind them.
You will notice the horse coming towards the camera seems quite calm. I would expect that if it were some other worldly creature, the horse would have
turned around, and had been sidestepping to try to get a better look at what that thing was. The photo is too blurry to tell if the horse has his ears
cocked back to try to get more information on the creature, but the head is not turned towards the creature at all.
The horse walking away from the camera likewise is paying it no mind, You would think again, the horse would be turning it's head towards the
creature, but there is nothing in it's body language that says anything is there.
Now that horses rider seems to been leaning to get a better look.
SEEMS to be. But if you look, he just has a very poor seat. The creature is coming from the left, and he is leaning towards the left, BUT he is
looking off towards the right, maybe at what seems to be another rider in the trees... I don't know what that is, but it is to the right of them in
Though it COULD be a body postition where the horse has spooked, and the rider is trying to keep his seat, I am not seeing that in the horses body
language. If the horse had spooked, the body would have been curved away from the creature, towards the trees, it's head would have been swinging
towards the creature, and the hind quarters away from the creature, almost like the horse was turning around to come back towards the camera.
It is hard to discribe, but those of you who ride know full well what I mean, especially if you have had a horse spook under you, lol.
And before someone says, well, maybe the horses were used to feeling the vibrations or whatever from those kinds of creatures. No, sorry, I don't buy
My horse was kept in a barn where strange things happened all the time, and every time something happened, every horse in the barn was upset, foamed
up, and spooky for the rest of the day. And none of the odd things that happened were ever related to the horses.
I remember once, I was grooming Raj, and there was a guy in the barn looking to rent a stall. Raj was one of those bullet proof horses I mentioned. 17
years old, gelding, not much he hadn't ever seen, and none of it bothered him, I even had a rabbit run out from under he hooves. All he did was
snort, shake his head, like WOW, did you see that, that bugger is fast, and kept going.
Well bulletproof Raj started stomping, and bobbing his head. Just as he shied away from the direction of the guy that was trying to rent a stall, I
saw a shadow pass right in front of the guy, and like knock him backwards a step or two. Raj KNEW whatever it was was there, and he didn't like it
one bit, though the thing never hurt the horses. And Raj wasn't the only horse that started stomping, bobbing and snorting.
I have to say based on what I know of horses, this is a fake. A good one, with the blurring, but a fake.