Arg...I might have to jump onto the "hearing aid" band wagon. Although I don't think it is a hearing horn...by the 1920s those were outdated...but
the electric hearing aid was staring to be developed.
This one is from the 1940s...so still not in the 1920s...but in the articles I have seen it doesn't sound like the design would of been much
different. Now tell me...does this not look like a modern cell phone? And it would have to be held up to the ear...there was no ear piece for
I've lost track of all the answers so far but another thing also occurred to me...
Could just be a random crazy person wandering around, talking to the imaginary voices and the hand being raised to the face is just incidental.
I've seen quite a number of people who act this way in the downtown area of Atlanta and if somebody were to film their behavior, randomly and without
context, it would be damn near impossible to explain.
Perhaps Benitez's story regarding the US's Project Trojan Horse is true. Or didn't tesla invent 2 way walkie talkies way back in the day, and some
controversy over the patent way back then also. Don't remember off hand. Could be a rich mogul trying out one of Tesla's radios.
Those are the only things that come to mind at the moment.
Would have been a lot easier if she had decided to take a pic with her cell phone. Would have put this debate to rest!!! Good find either way op and
star & flag for you, this has been a great read and study so far.
That smile you think you seen, Sigmund Fraud, is a grimace. I watched the footage closely. Never does the person open or close their mouth. It remains
in the same grimace the whole time, despite he filmmaker's claim the the person is talking.
Well, I'm thinking if it were an ice pack, the pack is way too small, and with the body heat of being pressed to the cheek and cupped in the hand the
ice would melt far too quickly. Again the "ice pack" looks to be too small. But I wasn't there to check under his/her hand lol it could be, but I
for one doubt it.
I'm leaning towards Tesla's radio technology. You can transmit radio waves without large towers. I think they may be testing or something. I
don't know it's just speculation. For all I know you may be right, I'm just saying I personally don't think it to be an ice pack.
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