I'm going to have to call these videos completely fake. There's too many factors supporting it!
I mean, isn't it just a bit TOO coincidental how he happens to have the camera facing the exact location of the "phenomenon"?
And look at the way he set the camera down in all three videos. Coincidence? I highly doubt it.
I myself am a film student in chicago and a few things that happened in the videos seemed a little odd to me.
In the video in his living room it shows the footage blur slightly, that effect happens when a magnet is placed next to the lens zoom, if ou want to
try it out yourself it will do the exact same thing, but i wouldn't reccomend it as it's very bad for our camera. A similar effect as to what
happened to the radio during those "occurrences" if you place a magnet next to the speakers. he must've had a big speaker magnet around the house
and liked the effect.
When he was in his attic, after the lights "dim" you can still see the light glare from the lightbulb, the only thing that dimmed was the camera dim
effect, you can even faintly hear him fidgeting with the camera, it's rediculously fake, omg.
when he's walking to check the attic out, ou can see the smirk on his face, when he looked at the camera he was giving another person a cue, because
shortly thereafter there is almost a perfect stop where the bucket thing next to him fell, its an amateur technique i'm highly familiar with, and you
can even see where it stops and picks up.
when the "shadow being" walks into the room, it's just an edited shadow of him walking in there, thats no biggie, easy trick.
i'm sorry if you guys believed this was realy, but it's so rediculousy fake, i applaud the guy for the initiative though, he knows how to use a
camera to an extent. i've seen worse fakes made by people with less talent.
my favorite part about all of this is the people making fun of the guy on youtube telling him he should be charged with animal cruelty for leaving his
dogs alone with ghosts....the people these days!