reply to post by onehuman
This could easily have been a staged event with some bored security team. They never showed any video or images from inside of the room so we could
see the carpet torn up and the furniture turned upside down. Even then, those could've been staged as well.
It's also quite convenient for the camera to be right outside of the particular room, and pointing so that you couldn't see inside to see the
Sorry, but this is a hoax until proven otherwise.
I'm sorry, but that attitude is just as assumptive, absolutist, and stupid as saying "Oh, it's screaming so it definitely has to
It is a huge assumption. "Hoax" is a very clearly defined thing, and its also a pretty serious accusation outside sites like this. People on this
site tend to throw around that word carelessly, and use it synonymously with "untrue." That is not
the proper usage of this word. For
something to be a "hoax" there has to be willful deceit. For you to suggest the the only possibility here is "hoax" is to completely fail
at basic logic. Because it could be not only a hoax, or a "paranormal" event, but it could also be something mundane and explainable
presently unexplained. To automatically assume deceit on the part of the hotel staff is not only logically unsound, it's also not very nice.
Pfffft. Prove it a hoax before claiming it is. How hypocritical
Not one single piece of hard scientific evidence has been found to prove that ghosts exist. That in and of itself proves the video is a HOAX. You can
read more about that here:
.... and/or any number of other links if you type "can science prove ghosts are real" or something similar into a search engine.
And just when I thought the statements couldn't get any dumber.... This is even more absolutist and baseless than your previous statement. The fact
that the existence of ghosts has not positively been proven does not
mean that all phenomenon related to ghosts are "hoaxed." Please stop
completely mis-using that word.
Also take note of the quote in my signature. You'd be wise to consider it, from what I've read of your posts.
That being said, I will concede to your point about having a camera right outside the door. That does seem a little odd. Though we don't know how
many cams they have, or how they're typically positioned. The room might be right near an elevator... I don't know. But your suggesting it's in any
way strange that there is no footage inside
the room is completely ridiculous. IMHO that's the one thing that would
hint at a hoax.
Hotels don't normally put cameras inside guest rooms. And a guard going to routinely check on a noise would not have a cam with him, unless he
thought to take out his cellphone or something.
Anyway, I think you should think your statements through a little more clearly before you make them. And please stop completely abusing and mis-using
the word "hoax." It really detracts from the credibility of your opinions.