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In the presence of his peers, the German television crew, the Pereira household, visitors and the notary, Professor de Argumosa performed a simple experiment in which he divided the kitchen floor into sections, photographing the faces of each section before covering them with a jacket and sealing the edges. He then sealed the room and the windows with wax in the presence of the town notary. The room remained sealed and empty for 3 months. The Pereiras were not without a kitchen during this time as the City Council had built a new kitchen behind their home so that they could continue their normal day-to-day routines without interruption.
When the sealed room was opened following the 3-month waiting period, the results proved successful to de Argumosa and Bender. The faces beneath the covering jacket had evolved and moved during the time of confinement. Another noteworthy manifestation occurred at the same time but in the new kitchen. The figure that would be later dubbed "Lady in the cup" appeared, the clearest image to date.