Okay, I watched it. All those supposedly reputable people involved and my mind still screamed hoax.
Didn't anyone get P'd off when the flowers fell on the table while the night-vision camera JUST HAPPENED to be filming (of all places) the
? Even more irksome is how Robin Foy clearly explained that when every apport fell onto the table, no matter how small the object was, it
always gave off a loud bang - every time.
Well, did somebody forget to the bang on the table when the flowers fell out of thin air? Here is
Robin as he slammed a hand down hard on the table, and a pic of a flower petal falling.
Now, the camera film was carefully protected from when it was purchased to when it was placed in the camera. The room was totally black, so what was
the point of the camera at all? I mean, why couldn't these supposed ghosts simply leave their messages on the film while the film was still in the
sealed box it came in?
There was a ghost picture of a man that matched perfectly with a real picture. Both images had the man in the exact same position. That's because it
was the same picture! Only, one was made out of focus by someone in THIS realm.
There was a round table that started spinning in mid air. Well, thank gawd the host just happened to put glow in the dark stickers on the table so we
could see the table spinning in the dark. Like THAT wasn't planned, huh?
If you are over fifty then you were brought up at a time when TV stations went off the air, leaving nothing but static all night long. Cheap radios
broadcast more static than music. And yet, only a handful of people around the world receive ghostly messages from this static, while billions of us
listened to more static throughout our lives with not even a hint of a message? I don't think so.
My own problem with the idea of an afterlife as it is portrayed in the documentary is the fact that millions and millions of babies have died, either
at birth or soon after. So, what? Is the afterlife one giant, baby-screaming nursery? I don't think so, and no thanks!