The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.
Cool pics but, to me, this is an excellent example of why people need to take a 'control picture'
First, try to use a tripod if possible, or pic a spot ontop of a stationary object (like a tombstone). Then take another picture a few moments later
without moving or moving the camera.
Then, mark the exact location of the photo (push a peg or a nail into the ground?). Note the time and the exposure settings and the ambient conditions
(fog, haze, temp, weather). Go back to the cemetery the next night and take a duplicate picture at the exact location at the same time and weather (if
possible). If the same ghosts and green specters are seen, chances are it's a natural phenomenon.
If the subsequent picture is the same, chances are the visuals are natural and not some creeping ghost, who wouldn't stay fixed.
Same thing with pictures of things in the wood. If you don't have video, always get a control picture where the 'creature' has moved off to
distinguish from a tree stump or natural outcropping of rock.
In addition if you do the above and do capture something it establishes one's operation as more professional and makes one's claims and evidence
much more scientific.
As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.
[edit on 19/9/2008 by Badge01]