posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 05:28 PM
I have to agree with Tribewilder and DeltaGhostHunter in as much that there are many "paranormal" things we cannot explain... I myself experienced
paranormal happenings in a house I used to live in, and it totally freaked myself and my (then 10 yr old) daughter out (as well as a few other friends
who visited and experienced similar and different things to what we did)
At that time, digital cameras were expensive and I did not have any equipment with which to attempt to record any of these occurrences, but tbh I
don't think I would have tried if I could, it is only hindsight that makes me wish I did have the facilities to have attempted to capture what was
going on in that house (tho I daresay if I wait a couple of months the place will be up for rental again and I could always take a new
tenancy...not...) we lived there for 4 years and a tenant in one of the adjoining cottages, who had been there for 35 years told us that we had stayed
the longest, and since we have we left in 2006 the cottage has been let 4 times (the minimum lease is 6 months!)
I don't talk much about my experiences, though I will relate them on threads such as these from time to time, and the reason that I don't is because
I know I will be pushed for proof, which I do not have and that skeptics will demand answers, heck I'm skeptical myself and have asked others to back
up claims of fantastical things that have apparently happened, that they have made (some do so more research and concur and others accuse me of being
a troll for doing so..) But unless I do have some tangible evidence or repeated identical accounts by numerous unrelated individuals of what was
happening, then it simply comes to a personal perception. I know that whilst I can claim that I know 100% that I know what I believe happened in that
cottage and what I believe the circumstances were, I know that posting on a forum such as this, will invite those who wish (quite rightly) to question
If only we could have a sequence of pictures/video that could be analysed professionally to prove beyond doubt that paranormal activity occurs and
that it might begin to lead us in a new direction of what the secrets that our universe really holds, but until then, we sometime have to accept
things have happened and not look to others to validate and explain what may have taken place, but to use the experience as a personal "step on the
ladder" to a greater understanding and knowledge.
And I also agree that focusing too much on these events can have a detrimental effect on the mind, and leave you in a state of fear and anxiety, which
you do not need to be in, as I do not believe that anything "from the other side" can harm us in any way in our current, physical world.
So chin up UK Today, I'm sure you'll be fine, no matter what was in your photos.