It could be Michael Jackson.
The higher-end cell phone camera goes much further with a brighter xenon flash (rather than a more standard LED flash),
The cave is pretty dark, the rest of the subjects are some distance away, and some oblivious guy walks right in front of the photographer just as the flash is going off. Result: flash blowout.
Originally posted by minintown
reply to post by hhott
yesterday this same camera stopped working. The cave was completely dark when the photo was taken so a flash was used. Also, I'm not sure if this could cause anything but this is a very "salt air" environment and at the time of this photo the humidity in the air was very very high as there has been a solid week of rainy, foggy, wet weather.
The television show Ghost Hunters doesn't know what to say about the photograph, but its producers are interested. The problem is the production costs that would be involved in shipping a film crew from the Seattle-based show out to the Bay of Fundy. Possibly, the producers haven't looked at the Village of St. Martins website and realized what a videographer's dream Canada's most picturesque village is.