posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 03:13 PM
Okay here is what I see.
I was shown this video without any information on what happened, I had no heard about it whatsoever, last night.
I watched and my initial reaction was that she was on some kind of dissasociative drug due to the specific movements, block steps, wide stances. The
weird hand movements. The first thing I said was "I think I know what she is on".
Well... I was then told she ended up in a tank of water. It is common for people to take disassociatives to have out of body experiences, being in
water results in sensory deprivation.
But after a few more watches and learning about this woman I changed my mind all together and I will try to break down my thoughts here watching this
video frame by frame.
- She enters the elevator with her head down, with a purpose. As if she had just been assaulted sexually or offended or cat-called. She is NOT wearing
her glasses. The theories that she left her room quickly to use the restroom without them is just improbable. I wear glasses and contacts and I can't
see anything without them, they are the first thing I reach for when doing anything other than sleeping if I am not wearing contacts (I don't if she
has contacts). When she goes to stand she has her hands clenched suggesting anxiety which so far, she seems to have under some kind of control.
- When she goes to press the buttons she gets very close, indicating she has horrible vision like mine and is pointing her finger a bit away from the
buttons which I think was done so she could squint and make out the buttons without hitting the wrong one (like Door Open or Hold)
- She stands there a bit then darts out keeping a foot in the elevator and does a look both ways very quickly, then quickly gets back inside, which
indicates to me that she did not want to activate the motion sensors that will retract the doors if they were to try to close. When she returns she
still stands in the middle of the Elevator. Remember here her vision is so bad that she cant see the buttons until they are right in front of her, how
far could she possibly see down that hall? My vision is so bad I cant even make out the E during an eye exam, I barely even see a color change to know
a letter is there.
- She moves to the right with her hands clasped. Then quickly to the corner by the buttons. Her head turns to the right. Indicating she heard
something, that would be the safest place to be out of site. People say she has a smile here, I disagree. I have been in a few shady situations in
public and at home. When I am trying to hide or be quiet, I breathe out of my mouth to control my breath and avoid any accidental nose whistling or
- She creeps to the precipice still "safely" inside the elevator, head goes LEFT to right to hear, or see, which indicates to me she determined the
sound came from the left. Then there is the odd hop. If she had heard someone or something the hop could have been to make a noise to indicate to
"whoever" that someone is on that floor to maybe scare them away. I considered momentarily it was shock at seeing someone but if you jumped out of
shock your hands would come out of your pockets, it would not be a specific stance you jumped into. I believe that stance was chosen by here to make
the loudest noise.
- She steps to the side again in to that same stance as if she is going to make the noise with her feet again, but thinks twice (heard something still
coming her way?" and moves to having her feet together, still as can be, for stealth purposes and listening. She backs into then out of the elevator,
she sees someone right here, to the right, or knows they are too close to hide. She is seeming to be just "waiting for the elevator" maybe to hide
the fact its already open.
- She steps again to the left. Barely in view of the camera. It is my understanding there was another elevator to her left, perhaps she pressed that
button as well 'just in case'. For the first time her hands drop and swing freely, I believe to mask her fear because she is definitely within site
of someone now, her hands go up as if to indicate frustration with the elevators, to show a relaxed stretch to the person, behind her head like
impatiently waiting. Perhaps some small talk is going on here, who knows we can't see. She cant see well either, she turns back to the camera with
eyes closed as if she just realized the gravity of the situation, her hands go for the doors to "feel" the opening because she has her eyes closed
and is realizing the situation is worse and her life truly is in danger.
- She presses buttons not with more vigor, without the specific movements before, desperately. She touches one multiple times over and over harder and
harder and it also is the last one she presses (Door closed?) She moves out again hands messing with hair stands out of view but her skirt is moving
which indicates to me she is talking now and soon she turns right, obviously speaking to someone.