I have always been skeptical when it comes to the existence of ghosts and spirits etc. and often laugh at some of the feeble attempts at "proving" they exist on camera.
This footage however has me a bit stumped.
I would like to believe it is real but cannot find any obvious doubts.
Please share your thoughts and before posting claiming it is "fake and gay", please at least have the decency to say why. Also please save your flaming for /b/ and let's have a decent debate for a change.
I'm just about to leave for work so if the thread is still alive I look forward to reading your thoughts.
The more rural a place is the more shit you see. After living out in northern Wisconsin for a while I started to notice weird shit. Saw a troll. Saw fairies. It was weird, but the cities just don't have things like that. I've never seen a ghost in a high density population area.
This was my first thought. Most poltergeist videos have one or two things moving but in this video there seems to be too much activity. With stuff flying from all directions, how would somebody set something that sophisticated up?
With that much going on, there is bound to be a mistake somewhere.
Have you ever seen any of those videos on youtube where the guys make those crazy insane basketball shots or frisbee tricks?
they take HUNDREDS of shots and only show you the ONE time they got it right, acting like it was a one-off...
same way here. I'm sure it took them several tries to get a clean shoot, and then any small imperfections are easily removed with after effects and such.
stuff like this is really not that hard when you are dedicated to putting it out there... Youtube is FILLED with people who spend TONS of time doing crazy shit and filming it....
Aw, it was pretty good but they made some serious mistakes in blending the action scenes together.
When the low cupboard door near the washing machine and cabinet door on the upper right swing open, they abruptly stop after one fluid swing (indicating the scene was cut before the softer swings after that, think like a bouncing ball does one big bounce then smaller and smaller). Same thing happens in a less noticeable way to the rolling orange and other doors.
Let's remember that many SFX crews, cinema students and hobbists do short experiences in non-professional settings (like the vid of the woman being beat to death with a baseball bat), so...
But yeah, it's a nice vid and nice setup, way smoother than many I've seen.
my first thought was like most people, fishing line, or maybe just footage of an earthquake, but the way that certain things fall, for example the glass pitcher flying across the room with enough force to shake the camera but without breaking, and the chair flying up and to the left almost impossibly, this seems pretty damn real to me
no he doesn't
there are some debunk videos but nothing by him showing anything like that. and why would he, it's kind of his whole appeal. he also has ouija and other paranormal documenting videos.
I thought this and watched frame by frame and couldn't see any obvious mistakes. But then again, it's not really my thing so I could have missed mistakes that a trained eye could pick out.
I don't mean to be pedantic, but could you be more specific, maybe a few screenshots. I've watched several more times and I still don't see what you mean.
Same here, this is why I still have not made my mind up completely and will not fully believe in ghosts etc. until I have my own personal experience.
If I see what I think your referring to, it looks a bit big for string. It almost looks like a fly?
>shilling for video views
Sure thing chief, on a video that was posted over four years ago.