posted on Nov, 13 2009 @ 07:29 AM
Originally posted by On the Edge
reply to post by HankMcCoy
Go back and look at the times and dates. Two pictures even have identical dates and times,how is that possible? The "2:53" is the wrong time for one
of the photos,but did line up with the time I saw the "whatever it is". Remember,I did not try to photograph what I thought at the time to be a
No offense,but when you called me "Bro" a while back,I wondered if you read what I wrote very closely.
The "whatever it is" photo showed up out of nowhere,and that's the thing I really can't explain. My camera functions just fine.
In any case,I appreciate you taking the time to discuss this with me. You can always U2U me if you want to talk about this "off the record",so to
For two images to have the same time "2:53" both images would have had to have been taken within 60 seconds of each other. In both images, you will
see the same type of guard rails. If you take the "boulder shadow" explanation for the 'Grim Reaper' the images both seem to share the same type
of background as well.
Also, your camera obviously does NOT function without error.
1. The time/date is incorrect. Possibly the product of human error, but let's assume it is mechanical error.
2. The camera took a picture without your knowledge. Again, this could have been something you did, but let's assume it's mechanical.
3. The photo did not register in the memory until after your trip. I cannot imagine how this is mechanical, but because the other camera malfunctions
we can safely assume that this could possibly be mechanical as well.
Now, let's look at another scenario.
1. The date/time is incorrect. Human error. Batteries were replaced possibly, and you neglected to reset the time.
2. You took the picture accidentally. Human error. You took a picture of the scenery and then accidentally took a second within 60 seconds.
3. You did not notice the accidental image until after your trip. If we take into account the other human errors, it is possible that you also made an
error in actually seeing this image on the camera.
Personally, I think it's a combination of both. I think your camera made a malfunction and that you didn't notice it until your trip was over.
A more sinister individual might also notice your other photos and think that maybe you saw the images and then crafted the Grim Reaper story to fit
the image AFTER you found it. But I am not suggesting that that is what I think.