posted on Jul, 17 2004 @ 12:15 PM
If you look at the "aparition", its exactly the same as the woman standing right of it taking pictures.
Live webstreams tend to double up frames due to lag and compression quality loss.
Seems to me the woman most likely stood there first, made a picture with a flash, then moved where she is standing in the picture, and as you can see
is ready to take another picture.
Digital encoding of video, when low motion is selected for the lowest posible datasize, tends to double up frames very easely.
I think everyone who ever watched a digital video on a slow computer has noticed these kinds of things before.
The doubling up is amped because of the lady taking pictures with a flash and like that overexposing the CCD of the webcam and in turn, overexposure,
explosions(in video's) and bright light in low motion/low quality encoding are the first to show up as image lags and old frames apearing in the most
recently rendered one.