posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 10:37 PM
This put me off on another tangent about "creepy eyes". Every now and then, be it a glimpse of someone on TV, or on a video.. or a picture.. I stop
and look, and say to myself.. "This is not natural, there is something wrong here."
Someone left the TV on a few days ago, the local news was on, followed by a pharma commercial. The commercial was very high-res, really good quality.
The lighting was excellent. The video consisted of just a doctor facing the camera, from the neck up, talking about who knows what. Anyway.... his
eyes. His eyes were completely, and totally black. You could not differentiate between the pupil and the iris. It was just black. The sclera was still
white.. but the rest of his eye... just black. I mean no line bordering the iris and the pupil. No difference in contrast whatsoever. His pupils
didn't look dilated.. it just looked like he had a giant pupil in the middle of his eye. He too, didn't blink.. and his lids were wide open, exposing
the iris completely.
I'm told it isn't possible for someone to have "black eyes", and that it's "not possible" for someone's eyes to change color, barring lighting or
reflection phenomena. Yet.. it's clearly possible. You see it with people who are very mentally ill, or the truly deranged. Their eyes glass over and
turn almost completely black.
Anyone else ever notice this "black eyes" thing, especially in people that should be considered "normal"? Like news anchors, TV commercials,
edit on 8-8-2012 by SyphonX because: (no reason given)