posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 06:13 PM
If he can see the ghost before it does something to him, tensing up his muscles just before wouldn't be that strange. The thing is if he used his
feet to push the chair back, how do you explain the front AND back legs of the chair getting off the ground. I can't tell whether the floor is brick
or carpet, but either way, if you simply try to push the chair back with your feet like that, the back legs of the chair do not get off the ground. On
the contrary, all your weight goes on them and the chair rocks back onto them. Also, his feet are positioned in a way that the top of his toes are on
the ground. It would take a LOT of force to propel that chair back like that with his weight on it. If he kicked himself back, why do his legs fly out
to the side instead of straight out and why doesn't the chair fly up noticeably in the front? There's no way he has that much strength in his legs
and there's no way the back legs of the chair come off the ground at all, much less long enough for the chair to fly backwards evenly without tilting
back. Even the best actors can't "act" weightless.
As for the second one, I'm not really sure. I absolutely do think the first one was real with the chair, so I tend to believe the second one was too
though I can't really tell.