posted on Jan, 17 2021 @ 02:18 PM
Ok, so, you'll just have to follow along for a moment. Take a ride on this train of thought.
I just watched a serious optical illusion. The David's, Copperfield nor Blaine had anything to do with this.
It was in a hockey game, Caps at Pens. Dude totally didn't score a goal. From all angles it went off the crossbar and out. Clear no-goal, right?
Then they found another angle and it clearly went off the camera in the back of the goal, about two feet from where the crossbar is. I swear for a few
minutes while they reviewed it I was sure it was NOT a goal.
So what does this, pray tell, have to do with eyewitness testimony, you are asking yourself. I think it's quite a lot.
What we see is not always the truth. No matter how many cameras around our eyes can always deceive us and those cameras can also deceive us.
As the saying goes....um, dammit, I can't remember. All I can say is I "saw" something and totally believed it to be real and it wasn't but there
was no photoshop involved. This has me a wee bit scared of my own judgement concerning photos and video. I was SURE about what I saw and I was 100%
This was a live game, no time for anyone to bugger with the video, this is not a conspiracy. It just happened so I can't link any video of it. It
will show up shortly. I've always questioned what I saw/heard/think I know of certain wild or volatile situations because memory is, well, not
I was 100% sure of what I saw. I was proved wrong.