posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 10:22 PM
Hey, this isn't a site where you can flat out call somebody a "prick," even if they are calling you a liar. There are thousands of people who visit
this site every day, and none of them have ever met you.
Many of us have seen hoax after hoax after hoax, all from people who have insisted furiously that they "weren't liars." The simple truth is, I'm
sorry to say this, there's just no reason to trust you.
Now, I'm not saying you are a liar. I neither believe you, nor disbelieve you. I'm just recommending that you consider things through the point of
view of a stranger on the Internet: We see 99.9% hoaxes in these parts, and your picture in particular resembles smoke and has a hooka in it. Surely
you can understand why, through the eyes of a stranger, that would look bad against you?
Somebody else suggested that the mist in your picture might be steam from the coffee. That sounds plausible; steam that would have been barely visible
and gone unnoticed might have reflected the flash from the camera and stood out more.
The orbs look odd to me. They seem out of place. Orbs that are positioned in blurry backgrounds appear to be in focus, and that, to me, suggests that
they might be something that's getting on your camera lense, or that they are reflections off of dust and/or bugs. You do live in an old house. There
may simply be more dust there than most places you go to.
Let me ask you something... other than photographic evidence and what sounds like a vandalized wheelbarrow, is there anything else that happens that
might indicate a haunting?
Do you feel cold spots? If you record sound or video, do you get misplaced voices or images on those? Do electronic devices malfunction for no reason?
When you take a picture that has orbs in it, do you recall your dog acting strange during the timeframe when you took the picture?
That last question is especially important. I've never heard of a dog that didn't lose its crap when a ghost was around.