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Originally posted by havok
That's a very interesting light...
I especially like the first camera where you see leg movement...and arms swinging.
I wonder where the actual taping of the screens video originated from?
And if it's a video of a ghost how did the cameraman know at what exact time to zoom in to the 1st screen?
If you were looking for a ghost on a security camera, how would you know it would start in the left corner?
Also, be prepared to video it from start to finish without saying a word likewise? (i'd be freakin out)
How many times do people record security monitors without knowing something will happen?
Very cool video zazz...but...I'm not entirely convinced yet.
Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
I can understand the reasoning behind the "burned background image effect" as proposed by the gentleman in Chadwickus' video.
Whilst sounding possible in theory, I have not seen that type of effect previously.
Originally posted by Masterjaden
reply to post by zazzafrazz
Come on lets think a little here.
IF they saw it, they probably reqound the footage and watched it several times. Then decided to record it with their cell phone video camera so they could show it. It would be a breach of protocol to even do that much, but one poster asked why they didn't do a direct feed copy? Ummmm. Probably because they are security guards and not A/V techs??? plus they're afraid of #ing # up or getting in trouble for messing with the equipment.
There's a lot of explanations, but I think this is some compelling footage if accepted at face value.
Originally posted by psydelic
Interesting, but how did the camera man now to start filming wen just the ghost came in.