Ghostly figure caught on baby cam

#11
(Mar 29, 2019 07:03 PM)Magical Realist Wrote: You mean this? This is all he has to offer? Again, if it were a real person it wouldn't vanish into thin air.

“Hello, my name is Kenny Biddle, and I've been investigating paranormal claims for the last 20+ years. Your video of what is believed to be a ghost walking in your house was brought to my attention by several paranormal groups. After taking a look at it, I was wondering if there was a longer clip - perhaps footage showing the few minutes leading up to (and including) the clip that was shared on ABC Action News. The clip that has been shared starts with the figure already in motion, and I was hoping to see where it originates. I noticed the TV was on, so being able to confirm it wasn't someone (living) watching TV and perhaps got up to get something, would be beneficial. I'm not saying this was a hoax, I'm just trying to get as much information as possible to understand what the video is showing. I appreciate your time in reading this. I hope to hear back from you. Have a good day.”

I thought he was talking about camera performance in low light. I like my mist maker better than his theory. Anyways it doesn't matter. He confirmed what I thought right from the start but I didn't want to say. The parents have probably been looking prior to the vid to get out of a lease, rental agreement or whatever financial hole prevents them from finding a cheaper place. They've either created the video or the camera, as this guy says, did it for them but the motive is clear .... they want out. The piece de resistance has to be the GoFundMe page and I wouldn't be surprised to see that angle pursued by other like minded individuals. Are you going to contribute because at this rate they aren't going anywhere? I thought there was some sort of brother/sisterhood amongst the paranormal faithful, you know, help those who've become haunting victims. I'm afraid there's more to this than a short video, and none of it is helping the paranormalists.
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#12
(Mar 29, 2019 07:41 PM)Zinjanthropos Wrote:
(Mar 29, 2019 07:03 PM)Magical Realist Wrote: You mean this? This is all he has to offer? Again, if it were a real person it wouldn't vanish into thin air.

“Hello, my name is Kenny Biddle, and I've been investigating paranormal claims for the last 20+ years. Your video of what is believed to be a ghost walking in your house was brought to my attention by several paranormal groups. After taking a look at it, I was wondering if there was a longer clip - perhaps footage showing the few minutes leading up to (and including) the clip that was shared on ABC Action News. The clip that has been shared starts with the figure already in motion, and I was hoping to see where it originates. I noticed the TV was on, so being able to confirm it wasn't someone (living) watching TV and perhaps got up to get something, would be beneficial. I'm not saying this was a hoax, I'm just trying to get as much information as possible to understand what the video is showing. I appreciate your time in reading this. I hope to hear back from you. Have a good day.”

I thought he was talking about camera performance in low light. I like my mist maker better than his theory. Anyways it doesn't matter. He confirmed what I thought right from the start but I didn't want to say. The parents have probably been looking prior to the vid to get out of a lease, rental agreement or whatever financial hole prevents them from finding a cheaper place. They've either created the video or the camera, as this guy says, did it for them but the motive is clear .... they want out. The piece de resistance has to be the GoFundMe page and I wouldn't be surprised to see that angle pursued by other like minded individuals. Are you going to contribute because at this rate they aren't going anywhere? I thought there was some sort of brother/sisterhood amongst the paranormal faithful, you know, help those who've become haunting victims. I'm afraid there's more to this than a short video, and none of it is helping the paranormalists.

You can always see how desperate the skeptic is when they track down some financial interest the victims are accruing. As if they're all just in it for the money. It's a standard out for dismissing the whole event.
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#13
Quote:You can always see how desperate the skeptic is when they track down some financial interest the victims are accruing. As is they're all just in it for the money

Love the irony. I think your faith in the goodness of humanity is par excellence, excluding us skeptics of course. I still think you should contribute to the family's GoFundMe page although it appears a lot of people have figured them out. 

I never heard of Kenny Biddle before and looked him up as a result. Seems he is a paranormal investigator operating on FB. How are you with these guys, necessary or not required since the vids in your estimation, speak for themselves? 

I was kind of hoping you hit the jackpot with this one but along with street lights in the fog, upside down photo evidence of UFO's and Marines looking for a Section 8, you haven't had much luck recently. Keep 'em coming, they're fun.
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(Mar 29, 2019 08:01 PM)Zinjanthropos Wrote:
Quote:You can always see how desperate the skeptic is when they track down some financial interest the victims are accruing. As is they're all just in it for the money

Love the irony. I think your faith in the goodness of humanity is par excellence, excluding us skeptics of course. I still think you should contribute to the family's GoFundMe page although it appears a lot of people have figured them out. 

I never heard of Kenny Biddle before and looked him up as a result. Seems he is a paranormal investigator operating on FB. How are you with these guys, necessary or not required since the vids in your estimation, speak for themselves? 

I was kind of hoping you hit the jackpot with this one but along with street lights in the fog, upside down photo evidence of UFO's and Marines looking for a Section 8, you haven't had much luck recently. Keep 'em coming, they're fun.

I know you wouldn't be making up such outlandish bullshit excuses to dismiss these clips unless they were compelling. Like the "backwards video" of the pillow on the couch and the marine with his "invisible strings". So keep it up. You're a study in smug and irrational denialism.
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#15
Quote:I know you wouldn't be making up such outlandish bullshit excuses to dismiss these clips unless they were compelling. Like the "backwards video" of the pillow on the couch and the marine with his "invisible strings". So keep it up. You're a study in smug and irrational denialism.

Just keep posting those undeniables.
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#16
Poor quality video with poor lighting and a low frame rate. Video artifacting due to a lack of contrast and data fidelity. IOW, nothing to see here.

Just wild-eyed true believers worshiping at their altar of woo. Angel
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#17
(Mar 30, 2019 03:46 AM)Syne Wrote: Poor quality video with poor lighting and a low frame rate. Video artifacting due to a lack of contrast and data fidelity. IOW, nothing to see here.

Just wild-eyed true believers worshiping at their altar of woo. :angle:

Yeah..just a video artifact that happens to walk across the room and behind the baby's crib.
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#18
(Mar 30, 2019 03:46 AM)Syne Wrote: Poor quality video with poor lighting and a low frame rate. Video artifacting due to a lack of contrast and data fidelity. IOW, nothing to see here.

Just wild-eyed true believers worshiping at their altar of woo. :angle:
IMHO these people know it's fraud and they're only trying to capitalize on it. It's a new low for GoFundMe scam artists, preying on the likes of paranormal believers, hoping for some money for nothing. To think all this could have been prevented for the price of a condom. I feel for the kid understanding that no one can pick your parents.
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#19
(Mar 30, 2019 01:19 PM)Zinjanthropos Wrote:
(Mar 30, 2019 03:46 AM)Syne Wrote: Poor quality video with poor lighting and a low frame rate. Video artifacting due to a lack of contrast and data fidelity. IOW, nothing to see here.

Just wild-eyed true believers worshiping at their altar of woo. :angle:
IMHO these people know it's fraud and they're only trying to capitalize on it. It's a new low for GoFundMe scam artists, preying on the likes of paranormal believers, hoping for some money for nothing. To think all this could have been prevented for the price of a condom. I feel for the kid understanding that no one can pick your parents.

Ofcourse...anyone asking for financial help on GoFundMe is a lying scammer. How could we have missed this?
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#20
Haunted Michigan nannycam couple have a GoFundMe page that isn’t doing too well. MR may need to start one considering he might go broke contributing to the Weird & Beyond folks accounts. 

No one said it wasn’t a bad idea to try and cash in but ghosts don’t seem to bring home the bacon. Michigan couple just going down the wrong avenue. Case in point.....

Alien abductee has GoFundMe page and she’s over halfway there. Poor thing is feeling the housing crunch too.

https://ca.gofundme.com/kim-carlsbergs-e...cy-housing
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