posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 01:47 PM
I doubt this is of any use whatsoever.. but it's just a point of view from someone who is well-versed in the study human psychology..
I watched this footage over and over again, and there was something about it that didn;t sit right with me.
I checked everything, the way they were walking, their height, the way the were dressed, and yeah, it was odd.. but there are some odd people in the
world, you know?...
The thing that really clinched it for me.
2 people wearing the same thing, walk into a building together, and both ask to see the same guy.
So at the very least, work colleagues, right?
Then how come right from the moment they were in front of the automatic doors, neither of them looked at the other. Not once. Not only that, but one
walked further in front of the other, and didn't look back once to check if his 'colleague' was following.
I know that doesn't sound like much, but two people who work together, (unless one is in a much higher position) will always walk next to each other.
It's all psychology, especially on 'field trips' when they are working in unfamiliar surroundings..
A) It gives a sense of unity. A kind of ''yes, we're here together, and we mean business''
BUT... and this is the most telling thing;
B) It's a confidence 'safety in numbers thing'
Unless they are absolutely familiar with their surroundings, which judging by the reaction of the staff there, doesn't sound too likely, it is HUMAN
NATURE, to look to your colleague for reassurance. However tough and manly you might believe you are. You will check to make sure they are following,
or make a relaxing comment about the decor, or SOMETHING. I've seen FBI do it, I've seen police inspectors do it. I've seen government officials do
it. Why not these?
Does that mean for sure that something is amiss? No.
I can't say for sure that one of them doesn't have an aspergers type thing going on where they don't really follow societal norms. I can't say for
certain that one isn't an apprentice, and the other is just marching on ahead.
I can't say for certain that they didn't just have a massive argument in the car about who gets to eat the last Oreo..
But something about their stance, movement, and proximity to each other looks off.