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Strange Figure on Wildlife Camera
Photo was taken on a wildlife / deer camera in N. Georgia. The camera was set up to attempt to catch trespassers on some property that the owners were observing a light in the woods off from their house at night. We (law enforcement officers) believed the light source were in fact coon hunters during the night (very common for the area). After a number of reports from the complainant and unable to locate any hunters in the area, the property owner put a wildlife cam up. The property owner checked the camera the next day and contacted us to take a look at the pictures. The property owner wouldn't tell me what he thought it was and I wouldn't express my opinion of what I thought it was, for fear that we didn't want the other to think each other was crazy. I have another photo collected from a DNR (Department of Natural Resources) Ranger about the same week on a different camera at a different location that is similar to this picture. As the Ranger said to me, he has never seen anything like it. I just thought this would be something to share with everyone.
Originally posted by rickymouse
It's the Fey
An infrared picture of a person isn't usually that bright unless they have high energy. A young person who eats a lot of phosphate containing foods that contain nuclear isotopes may have this sort of image. A person who eats potatoes that have had a lot of phosphorous that is contaminated or a lot of bananas may have an image like this. An older person would experience sickness from this amount of the isotopes. They would not be running around, their metabolism isn't high enough.
Maybe they are washing in water that has radioactive phosphorous in it also or using some sort of skin concoction that makes them glow. Maybe they have been eating those little patented glowing fish that the Japanese created that are supposed to be sterile and don't reproduce. You know, the kind that live in my daughters fishtank that are reproducing like mad.