Here we go again, yet another person believing they have discovered something that Kodak couldn't. People do realise that one of the things that
Kodak could not explain was that this photo was one of three prints and that the three frames must have been taken almost sequentially? You see the
original 3 photos, which mysteriously seem to have vanished from online if someone can provide a genuine link please do, show that the girl's hair
and the tiny details are almost exactly the same in each print.
if the the photo with the object in it was taken totally out of context then yes, it would be easy to come up with any number of possibly explanations
and you don't think Kodak thought of that when they originally offered the prize for a solution?
In other words, as far as Kodak were concerned, the photo had not been faked and manipulated and yet, the photos either side of this one on the film,
show nothing. That is, given how little the girls hair has moved between print 1 and 3, they could not work out how anyone or anything could make it
across the background without appearing in all three photos. That is partly why initially, Kodak were convinced they would find evidence of the
negative of this single frame having being tampered with.
Of course the actual evidence as it really is, does nothing to support the ever more labyrinthine explanations that people have come up with so i
guess, it's no surprise people neglect to reference them when they deign to go public with their "explanation".
Myself, the only figure I believe it truly looks like and this could just be, a lot more than coincidence, is that of a firefighter from the period
equipped to deal with aviation fuels and working at somewhere such as a Nuclear Power plant.
Now, if you really know your paranormal stuff and are not some dilettante who thinks they can dip in and out of the field to "solve things in 5
minutes" all those poor suckers who have spent decades trying to do you would know this. Two of the best photographs of "ghosts" are those of dead
airmen appearing weeks after they died in a photograph. That is, for some reason , high stress situations and jobs, seem to lend themselves to
strange events. Meaning that, it could well be that, we as humans when in an heightened emotional state might well be able to have some effect on
technology beyond that we as yet, understand.
So Templeton's job was? A fireman and directly behind the girls head on the horizon is what? Oh yes, a Nuclear Power Station. In other words jobs
involving high stress and at times, the sudden loss of a work comrade because of the nature of the work. I wouldn't be that surprised to learn that,
a fireman working at the nuclear station had died or been seriously hurt in some accident that was never reported to the public. So, if you're
workings for the MOD and this in the wake of accident that has been recently hushed up this photo appears on your desk, of what looks like it could be
someone in fire fighting gear specific to a nuclear power station you might well think..... "Errrkkk, we really don't need this and the guy who took
it knows about said accident" then, the "Spaceman" thesis provides a perfect cover for not directing anyone's attentions to an accident you don't
want to talk about at all. It's not beyond possibility Templeton knew of the accident and himself, was sworn to secrecy and has kept that secret to
this day. That, a combination of Templeton's emotional state and the, maybe even subconscious realisation that the nuclear plant was directly behind
the girl, caused that image to appear? The reason it is not that clear is because Jim himself didn't even realise he was doing it.
As mad as that might sound, that actually would tick all the boxes if and I admit it's a huge if, there's some "accident" Jim knew of we, to this
day, still are unaware of and a colleague was injured or killed during it.