Check out the link:
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/ne ... 229774.ece[/url]
really dont know could be either or sumthing else
i also tend not to take the suns articals very siriously becasue they can be very messy!
I don't know where you guys see a film being put in front of the camera, and the kid sounds really scared. Just listen to that little screech after he says 'oh my god', that sounds like a scared kid to me.
But, on the other hand, why would that kid do a tour of his house with a camera phone and why does he sound like kermit the frog?
One explanation would be that he just got the phone and wants to test it out, but that's too much speculation already.
To me, this video is just too good to be true, but also too good to dismiss
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A SCHOOLBOY has captured eerie footage of what he claims is a ghost striding towards banisters at his home.
Terrified Reece Pitman, 12, heard whistling — and used his mobile to film the shadowy being.
It came days after his nine-year-old sister complained that someone was mysteriously finishing her jigsaws at night.
Tonia, of Solihull, Birmingham, said she consulted a psychic who told her the ghost could be friendly.
Sales assistant Tonia said: Ive had a tough time recently as my husband left me. I didnt believe in ghosts — but Im thinking of the spectre as my guardian angel.
Julian Banks of the British Paranormal Society said the film was potentially the best image of a ghost in years.
Not only could you see the feeble attempt to place the "film" in front of the camera he moves the camera back and forth repeatedly before doing it just as a magician would run his hand underneath a levitating object to try and convince you it is real.
There was no electromagnetic field present. An EF would cause noise and artifacts not blurry images with a slight starburst effect.
King of my jungle just a gangster stalking
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