Ghosts

Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by Toroid, Nov 19, 2017.

  1. nivek

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    if it's a stationary security camera that's taking this video, why is is shaky?
     
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    Hi Nivek, I'd love to see one of these things that 'can't be anything faked' but of course, there would be 'no mystery and thrill' to the genre if that were to happen. ... And as the first commenter [Chris Hiatt] on the YT site says .... " you can see the light reflect off of the fluorocarbon line at about 24 seconds in (just to the right of the chair)"

    ...I looked, and he's right! :Thumbsup: ... shame really, and the search goes on.

    Cheers Buddy.
     
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    Ghost removes dog's collar. Skillful fake, or legit?

    Also, why are the dogs in cages? Is that normal?
     
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    Ghost Prank Leads to Shooting Death in Mexico

    A woman in Mexico was tragically killed after she dressed up as a ghost to scare her neighbors and wound up being shot dead by one particularly frightened person. The unfortunate incident reportedly occurred last Friday evening in the municipality of Naucalpan de Juarez, where the unnamed victim made the ill-advised decision to roam the streets pretending to be the infamous folkloric spirit known as 'La Llorona.' Clad in a white gown and veil, the young woman walked throughout her neighborhood wailing over her lost children, as legend states the iconic 'weeping ghost' is said to do.

    Alas, it would appear that her impersonation of La Llorona was all too realistic for one terrified resident, who promptly opened fire on the 'ghost' and wound up shooting the woman multiple times. The misguided prankster ultimately died from the violent encounter and police have launched an investigation into the incident as the shooter is said to have fled the scene after 'fending off the spirit.' While the tale of La Llorona is often used to dissuade children from going out at night, the shooting death should also serve as a cautionary tale for any would-be pranksters this Halloween season.

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    I've seen many people do that through my years, even cage cats like that too...Its sad...

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    @wwkirk When I'm at work my dog has a 8ft x 8ft open area in my workshop with a 30in x 90in bed to sleep on and a dog door leading outside to a 100ft x 100ft fenced in area, I don't use those crates or cages...When I'm home he's never behind a fence or tethered with a lead, he doesn't wear his collar at home either, but he doesn't run off, he always sticks with me most times...

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    We crate trained our dog, and later the cats too in the same crate. Just until they are housebroken and can be trusted not to gnaw on electric wires and such when you are asleep. Not cruel, just prudent.

    Puppies can be taskmasters.

    The cats still use the crate - I put a small door on it and put it downstairs so they can eat in peace without the Pievacuum bothering them. That's also why there's a hood on the cat pan. Dogs love them sandy sausages.
     
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    No it's not cruel, it's just sad to me...I don't think it's prudent either, but that it is subjective to the circumstances in which people live their lives and have their homes arranged...My last dog and this one currently were raised from 8 weeks old and I had to potty train them to do it outside over time...When I worked I used the kitchen and sometimes the bathroom to keep the puppy secure while I was away...Yeah they made messes, plenty of times, but it's part of having pets...I used the kitchen more than the bathroom with a dog gate at the entrances to keep the puppy in the kitchen instead of a crate...Kobi has never been boarded either, that's another experience I'd rather him not know....But like I said it's not cruel to use a crate for a dog or cat, I just personally don't like them...

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    Man claims spooky video shows 'ghost dog' playing with pup

    Man claims spooky video shows ‘ghost dog’ playing with his pup
    By Ben Cost November 19, 2021 11:03am


    Was it a case of paw-ranormal activity?

    Australia’s Jake DeMarco was left shaken after a bone-chilling CCTV clip appeared to show his pet pup Ryder playing with a ghost dog in his backyard in Melbourne.

    The “Pet Sematary”-evoking video, reposted by Caters News Agency, shows Ryder chasing a translucent white pooch around outside in a fenced-in area. The two canines can be seen playfully frolicking by a water tower before Ryder’s alleged phantom friend scurries out of the frame.

    DeMarco, 38, told Caters he was particularly shocked at seeing the second dog in his backyard — which is reportedly secured by a locked high fence, and therefore impossible for a canine to breach.

    Upon spotting the freaky footage, the frightened father of two ran outside to try to spot Ryder’s paranormal-seeming playmate. However, by that time, the “Casper” canine had reportedly disappeared.


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    Australia’s Jake DeMarco was left shaken after a bone-chilling CCTV clip appeared to show his pet pup Ryder playing with a ghost dog in his backyard in Melbourne.


    It was like something out of “Pet Sematary.”
    This isn’t the first time an alleged spectral entity has been caught on camera.

    In February, urban explorers received the fright of a lifetime after encountering a mysterious disappearing figure while perusing an infamous abandoned nursing home in the UK.

     
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