posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 09:57 PM
I think we would all agree that it is a shadow... the question is... a shadow of Michael Jackson or a shadow of a TV crew member or a shadow of
someone else innocently there on the scene.
Look, it's no use arguing whether or not it is a shadow. It is a shadow. I just happen to believe it could be MJ materializing in the form of
a shadow for those few seconds.
If no one on location that day can say "yeah, it was so-and-so" or "yeah, it was me" because they saw the real person doing the walk or were the
person... if no one can pinpoint that, then I believe it could very well be the ghost of Michael Jackson.
***** Check this out... look very closely at the enlargements in the posts on this page that have the blue circle drawn in to illustrate a point (nice
work, by the way and star for you)... O.K., in just the one frame of video when that blue circle pops on, look at the shape of the nose. It is
slightly upturned like MJ. The Peter Pan nose. Just look at that one frame. Does anyone agree with me? That is like the smoking gun for me. That
shadow has a little, impish, Peter Pan, upturned nose just on that frame when the poster has popped on the blue circle in the posts above. Now that is
Here's the thing about all of this...
no one has yet come forward and said "hey guys, it was me"
no one has yet come forward and said "I saw or know for a fact that so-and-so was in that room at that time and it had to be so-and-so"
no one has given a concrete fact explanation.
Sorry, Larry King and your producer, but when you guys get on and say "nothing paranormal folks, our producer was on location and he didn't feel any
paranormal vibes, so hey, it was just no big deal"...
sorry, Larry, that is as lame as it gets. News flash for Larry King... you don't have to sense or feel any paranormal vibes for the paranormal to
actually happen... in fact,
most paranormal events happen suddenly and people aren't aware until it is on right then and there, so don't brush it off or laugh it off... if your
crew cannot say they know who it was making that shadow, and no one else has any idea who it was, then a paranormal apparition of the ghost of MJ in
the form of a shadow is in my opinion as good an explanation as any.
As I said, I've worked in TV and been on hundreds of location shoots over 26 years in the business. I know it could have been a grip holding a gel or
a scrim, or someone looking at notes. I know it could easily be a crew person making the shadow, but no one has come forward to explain this away.
When something like this happens, all you have to do is ask every person on the crew "hey, we're just trying to clear this up, no one is in trouble
over it, we just want to know definitively it was crew, was it crew?" and believe me they will tell you without a doubt yes or no. It's not like,
"sorry we don't remember". They remember. They know where they were. It's more like the whole crew might say "none of us were in there at that
time so it must have been house staff". Crew won't cover up the facts on something like this because in reality, no one would get in trouble for
coming forward and admitting it. The incident caused great promo P.R. for CNN and the network is actually glad it happened because of the hyped up
public interest in Larry's show, besides whenever someone gets "in trouble" over something like that (which is a fairly innocent mistake to
inadvertently make an unwanted shadow in a shot), the scolding would happen right then after the segment (during the break, if live) and not later.
So, there's no reason for anyone to not admit making the shadow and no reason for other crew to coverup for the person. They don't have to name
names. They could just say "yeah, it was without any doubt a member of the crew, but we respect the person's privacy" and yet they haven't said
that. Larry and his no clue producer just said they think it was someone on their crew or someone on Neverland staff. Might as well say they think it
was probably a living person with some reason to be there but they're not sure.
Larry and his producer's explanation was lame and not acceptable.
Until someone comes forward and admits they know for sure who it was... this is a possible paranormal event.
I still say the synchronicity aspect of all this is paranormal in and of itself, regardless of who made the shadow and yes, an entity can materialize
in the form of a shadow IMHO. So, you know, yes the chandelier is a shadow of a real chandelier, No question. The shadow that looks like MJ? Could be