I was browsing the web when I came across this:
It's a video of video clips showing supposed paranormal activity. Whether or not it's real, it's pretty scary/interesting.
That's pretty cool. They have a follow-up video to that one (Part 2) that is just as creepy. It's just one of those things I sit on the fence on. There's just some things that are hard to believe, yet nearly impossible to explain. Guess it's one of those mysteries that's sometimes fun/scary to contemplate.
There are actually several more in a series by that same author on YouTube.
This Ghost is scary!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfZItov1 … re=related
That was pretty creepy. But there were a few that I could debunk
I agree - I've actually seen a couple of vids which show how the common "ghost behind the door" or "ghost in the closet" which opens a door is often filmed. I've also seen how the last video was made (the "demon child in the mirror" - the little oriental girl) and that it's a video edit, not a spirit in the mirror. I still like watching the videos claiming to be real depictions or recordings of ghosts tho'.
*tip - in shots where a closet door opens (or any door), the camera is usually directed to point almost 3/4 of the way down the door...this makes it appear like you're seeing enough of the door to judge that you're aware of everything from mid-height to the floor. Actually...there's enough roon for a small person to actually be moving around, doing things in that little 1/4 space out of view. Many "closet door" shots are someone IN the closet, pushing the door open and then quickly laying/crouching down on the floor. It's an effective camera angle deal.
I still get spooked at first when I watch vids like these, so thanks for posting!
Sorry, I tried to edit but was too late...
I meant to convey: Actually...there's enough roon for a small person to actually be moving around, doing things in that little 1/4 space out of view AND the space below where the camera is pointing. Some things can be orchestrated from above, too, in all that space above that you're not being shown.
That was scary ? C'mon, watch movie "Drag me to hell" lol, you'll get scared but ..watch it anyways and let me know.
watched it..did review for it...wasn't that scary sorry
yeah i know it's not scary for some people but that old woman in the movie is kinda creepy...especially her 32-teeth-bridge ... LOL
I agree that many of the things we see are creative filming, crafty editing, etc. Some of them do result in spooky-looking effects that make them fun to watch.
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