i don't want to sound like a troll, but that looks pretty fake to me. i've never tried it with a water bottle, but you can do the same thing very
easily with a can of soda. and the bottom of the bottle is out of frame when it falls over.
When the bottle first moves, you can see the guys hand slightly nudge it...then right before it falls over, the camera "conveniently" does not show
the bottom of the bottle where it can easily be pushed over. How does this tie in with Project Bluebeam...I have yet to find anything other than
speculation that Project Bluebeam even exists.
Yeah the part where the bottle tilts and then falls over is debatable but the marks which apear on the guys back while filming must have been
difficult to fake but again doable.
The bit which got me thinking this might be in some way related to project bluebeam is on top of the haunting they also had text sent to them
obviously trying to provoke fear from them (of which they could not trace the number). As far as I am aware the only time I have heard of ghosts
texting/calling someones mobiles is in films.
I thought this might be some sort of test run before the whole thing kicks off.
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