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Man finds internet.
Certainty, the man does not leave Indifferent. Appearing on the internet a few months ago in a video made in the 80s, Jacques Nietzermann resurfaced, thirty years later.
Now 72 years old, (the man who sees the future as God) seems to want to show its true face. While he had (disappeared) from circulation, he is back, in the words of some who have talked to him.
The man (pictured) is concerned that Jacques Nietzermann. He speaks of doom. Who has met him says no: "When I asked him if he was announcing the end of the world on the internet, he said yes, but that everything was assembled and that it was not the exact words. He just told me when I left it was too late"
Too late for what or for whom? We do not know all doubt that the (am saying) Jacques Nietzermann was again melted in nature.
Originally posted by ottobot
reply to post by ChaoticOrder
From the related information to the man in the original video, I came to these conclusions:
- The original video is, in my opinion, authentic. I could find none of the supposed "proofs" that were pointed out as it being a manufactured video when I examined the video myself. On the contrary, the video acted exactly how old footage would act when manipulated. The man in the video is speaking French as a native speaker, and the things he says during the interview are compelling, to say the least.
- I believe the "Jacques Nietzermann" information given by "Frederic Monfils" was false and that the story was fabricated in an attempt to derail people from the content of the movie. I do not believe that the original interviewee is/was named Jacques Nietzermann. I also did much research into mass murderers and serial killers in France and could find no information about anyone who would have been the same age or whose sprees fit the same MO.
- The subsequent appearance of the "article" was produced in an attempt to support the "Monfils" scenario. I do not believe the article is factual.
- The black and white video could be the same man. In the original film, the interviewee states that he had been asked to leave France for undisclosed reasons. He would have been twenty at the time of his departure.
The man in the black/white video does resemble a younger version of the interviewee. His body language, gestures, and demeanor match those of the man in the original video. However, as there is no sound, it cannot be proven that this is the same man. We cannot hear his voice.
The noticeable shape of the left index finger of the interviewee is likely the result of a finger break which did not heal properly. It is feasible that the break did not occur until after he left France, and would not be present in the video of him as younger man.
I was also quite unsatisfied with the treatment of this issue, and I fully expect this thread to be similarly quashed.
Thanks for posting, though.
So, did they throw our boy in the pokey to shut him up? Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2154849 It would not be the first time that a lazy or inept police force accused a psychic of committing a serious crime under investigation. When a murder, or series of murders occurs, there is always some information NOT given to the public and the media. There have been many cases in Australia, USA and Canada, where helpful people claiming to be psychics have come forward with information about high profile abductions, murders and rapes. The problem is this - IF you are a skilled psychic, and you tell the police information that is correct, and matches the info NOT released to the public - then the police are going to assume YOU are the person who did the crime. Why would they NOT think this, in their minds, how could anyone except the criminal know such information. IF we are to consider the claims that this guy is a well-known psychic, who was found guilty of being a serial murderer - we must also consider the context - ie rural France, in the late 1950s. Hardly a time or location where the local police are likely to believe a psychic. Thus, it might well be that this guy is being falsely jailed for the crime of knowing stuff about the murders that only the murderer (or a psychic) would know. If we are to follow this assumption further, take a look at the person who came forward to alert us to the idea that this guy is Jacques Nietzermann. He claimed Nietzermann killed his uncle, and that indeed would explain why he kept a newspaper clipping all those years. However, this nephew of the murdered uncle, ALSO claimed here on GLP, that he had been 'told' to shut up about the case, and implied his life and his family's wellbeing had been threatened. He has not posted any further information again. IF this is true, then what possible motive is there for someone in power to want this case debunked or to have Monfils to shut up? One possible answer is that it is because Nietzermann is not guilty and that the French don't want the embarrassment. Imagine the can of worms it would open - not only false imprisonment, compensation, but it would spark a huge debate about psychics and the law etc. To me, it is far more logical to believe the main claims, as follows, than it is to believe this is all one massive hoax. The latter just does not make any sense given the ongoing complexities of this case. - that Herbert Marlowe WAS the person who obtained the original footage and uploaded it to youtube. [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] - that Frederik Monfils WAS the nephew of a person murdered in the Sarthe region of France in the late 1950s, and that he kept a clipping of the newspaper item announcing the capture of his uncle's murderer. see his first post about this at: [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] see his post claiming he was told to shut up about the case at: [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] - that the person in the newspaper clipping IS the guy in the TV interview As for this latest round of black and white uploads of psychic experiments, my initial assessments are: - that he is older than the guy in the TV interview - that he is the same guy - that he is most likely doing it in some controlled situation - after all, he doesn't look at all happy about what he is doing, definitely no excitement or enthusiasm for the experiment - why would that be? If we assume the above is all true, then it is clear why he is so un-excited with the psychic experiments. Quoting: nexuseditor
Originally posted by DrJay1975
The only reason anyone remotely cares is because of the supposed telekinesis. One of the tell tale signs of a hoaxed tk demo is a table that you cant see thru and the camera carefully angled not to show under the table. In that quality video monofilament would be excellent. Attatched to the glass and maybe wrapped around for the spin affect running across the table and down to his shoe. You focus so intently on his hands to catch him that you dont see the monofilament detatch and hit the floor when the rotation is finished. Which is why you get the exaggerated hand motion at the end. If your present you dont see the line self detach.
Its a hoax and a common one in that era. I see nothing of interest and why the op was shutdown so fast.
Video Studio Recording: 1" Professional Videotape on an Ampex Tape Recorder. Audio: on Nagra Professional Tape Recorder at 7.5"/sec or on a Studer 1" Tape Recorder at 15"/sec ------------->> performance: 70dB S/N ratio, 20-20KHz frequency response +/- 1.5 dB The microphone: probably a Neumann Condenser in cardioid configuration. After Post-Production, archived on a professional 3/4" U-matic video cassette. All this equipment was standard in the 80's in the Professional Environment (TV Studios) I was working in TV Production, in the 80's. … by the way, in the case this all thing is a hoax, it costed between $60,000 to $90,000 and required a crew of 9 to 12 persons (Professionals, not amateurs). This is a Professional Production. And Professionals are expensive.