Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by Toroid, Nov 19, 2017.
a theory i have seen is that it could be viral marketing of the camera's company
Here's the image of that posted above...
It looks like the "ghost" is carrying a plate.
The ghost looks like he's wearing pajamas.
Here is a render of What I can make out of the image,
As you can see, I Studied the image in high contrast, The lines represent to the best of my ability an attempt to determine any kind of detail of difference from skin to clothing, The outfit is not something I just made up, This is something to the best of my ability of what I believe this entity is wearing.
I'm not a clothing expert, but look at the shoulder area, That is called a shawl, It was a very popular fashion choice especally for casual wear in the late 18 and very early 19 hundreds specifically in places like Europe.
I'd say its a she.....and its likely an artifact of the time lapse of the camera.
It does look more like a she than anything doesn't it.
looks like her hair is in a bun on top of her head
I noticed you have no Avatar, Does that mean I get to make you one?
No avatar. nah, thanks though. i just cant find something that is me is all, i guess. i`ll look tonight for one.
I see it that way too.
I'd say if this is a ghost the person died about a week before this was taken......I'd say this is just someone walking thru the kitchen in front of the camera.
I don't understand how that works - isn't the camera capturing a moment in time?
How can a time lapse silhouette be superimposed?
Its the same as a parking lot on google earth.......where the cars look blurred like this.
I don't know anything about cameras.
I (think) I could understand a superimposed image in a film camera but would need someone to explain to me how that might happen (accidentally at least) in a digital camera.
API Case Files #15 might touch on this - I only started it and haven't even made it half way through but Kenny Biddle seems to have a pretty firm grasp on ghost photos.
I think its likely a digital effect like orbs.
Even the weirdest orb-ish thing I saw I can say is some digital artifact. It looked a lot like a Firefox logo, appeared to be almost substantial and had ghostly 'trails.' Dust and bugs are pretty mundane looking but this was cool - and I was looking at it on the camera it was taken with speaking to the man who took it. Still bet a firmware upgrade would clean that up. BTW - that was in Gettysburg and that was when I realized how much ghost hunting had infected the place.
But this picture looks way more structured. In fact, maybe it is just somebody in the kitchen and the lighting makes it look weird. In the 'Analysis Needed' thread the guy didn't have to do anything other than to juggle his video camera the right way and his cat became ShadowDude.
I wouldn't be surprised that there are ghosts at Gettysburg or Antietam as I've seen and heard odd things there myself. But as for orbs I only get them in the dark and on days with high moisture.....and that is with a digital camera only.
Yep a ghost someone walking through the kitchen in front of the camera.
In this case I'd say its a living someone.
Salma Hayek’s latest photo has fans convinced that she is in tune with the supernatural! The Hitman’s Bodyguard actress took to Instagram to pose with some art. While there wasn’t a filter on the photo, fans pointed out that they believe something extra was coming through the picture. The 52-year-old actress captioned the photo. In the picture, Salma closes her eyes and puts her hand on her chest – seemingly imitating the piece of art behind her. Although she didn’t add any effects, a flash of light comes through in the middle of the frame.
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