posted on Aug, 18 2007 @ 08:07 AM
How in depth indeed!
You know the main problem with Forums such as these is that a topic can very quickly loose its potency. Also it is scary how an argument can break
out instantaneously. When you use words like ‘Debunk’ and phrases such as ‘Not how I see it’ people quite often get on their back heel and
start ranting and raving ‘How dare you, you son of *&$#’ thus giving the powers that be more room to maneuver. And once an argument has broken out
the very essence of the topic which started off ever so innocently is buried for ever.
The way I see it, its pointless getting nasty, or calling people rude names because their opinion happens to conflict with yours. Not that anyone
has already done that.
So back to business of this CCTV shot.
It’s a really good explanation you have come up with there IAP. However I do not see any kind of reflective object behind the rail. The only clear
reflective surfaces which are visible in this picture are the puddles. And given the weather conditions of that morning any standing reflective object
wouldn't have reflected much because of the overcast conditions. And added to that if it is some kind of electrical junction box it wouldn't have a
reflective surface, just a dull grey surface. The only permanent object in that picture which would have maintained a reflective surface is the
telephone box, which get cleaned regularly. I suppose you could phone the train station in general and ask them if there is an object behind that
I blew up that reflective object you spoke of and noticed that it looks as if someone has used the clone tool on Photoshop. There seems to be a
series of diagonal lines which are similar. sorry for the size of the picture.
Lets not forget the nature of this post, its not find a smoking gun, it’s to demonstrate that images can be altered quite easily to fool people
into thinking what they’re looking at is real.