posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 09:09 AM
Remember the infamous Three Men and a Baby ghost? It's in a scene where Ted Danson's character is chatting with his mother. They pass by a window
and you see a distinct image of a boy.
At that time, Disney (the studio behind that film) claimed it was a prop -- a cutout of Ted Danson. Some alleged that analysis of the image remained
inconclusive, and some even said it definitely ruled out that it was Danson. Then stories surfaced about a boy who was killed on the set some years
before, and that was his ghost.
Ultimately, Snopes.com seems to have proven that the ghost was the Danson cutout.
Nonetheless, it's still creepy.
Now comes another one.
Apparently, during the filming of interviews behind the making of a movie titled "The Attic," the film crew caught a glimpse of an alleged ghost.
I know little about the movie, other than it's IMDB profile.
But from this, the movie is about a
Someone associated with the movie interviewed a family member of the actual owner of the house
In it, they capture a "ghost" in the background.
Needless to say, I'm very skeptical and am inclined to say bunk. What better way to promote a crappy direct-to-video horror movie about a haunted
house than to allege you "captured" a ghost on video. In the end, I think the filmmakers are using the Three Men and a Baby viral approach to
promoting this movie.
But then again, I leave that determination to the ATSers...
[edit on 1/17/2008 by behindthescenes]