posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 11:18 AM
I was at the Hellfire caves the other weekend doing an investigation and one of the people I was with took over 200 photos.
On one, and only one photo, a mist was captured.
Our immeditate thoughts were breath vapour, but we took a closer look and decided the mist cloud was a bit too far away.
I then used ACDSee to adjust the levels a little to try to see if anything was hiding in the picture and to try to establish the density and distance
of this mist a bit more.
Here is the original image;
So it looks just like a mist cloud.. but look a bit closer.. It wasn't until I messed around with the levels that I began to notice a shape in the
and here it is cropped;
And cropped from the original, untouched image...
And this is in the negative;
So what do you think?
Matrixing (ie a trick of the light) or has the image of someone been caught as they walked away from the camera whilst looking over their left
Remember, there was over 200 photos taken and a lot of video footage and we have not found a single breath appear on any of it. Yes, the caves have a
chill to them but not cold enough to enable a cloud of breath that size.
So, what do I need?
Well, if anyone has the expertise, I need a proper size of the mist and distance from camera, and everyones opinion as to what this really is.
Is it just an unexplained mist or is it paranormal in nature or a large cloud of breath?