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#16    JesseCuster

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Posted 07 June 2013 - 01:02 AM

This video has not been edited.

Apart from the fact that:

1) Multiple pieces of footage from different security cameras have been edited into the footage you are watching.  It flicks from different angles on several occasions.
2) Audio from the security guard's walkie-talkie has been grafted onto the security camera footage you are watching.
3) Only one of the audio tracks was used.  'John' the security guard seen in the footage does not have any of his audio recording used, just some sort of central operator reporting on what John said.

Unedited video footage, my goddamn ass.  This is clearly multiple pieces of audio and video spliced together and we don't know what has been used, what has been left out and what has been potentially edited.  Or indeed, what has been outright faked and made up from scratch.

Utter crap.

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Posted 07 June 2013 - 01:30 AM

I had taken a bus home from seeing "The Exorcist" and was walking out my dark street when a red, smokey, glowing shape rose out of the ground right in front of me. Terrifying. It was a car backing over a sewer grate. :P


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 07:56 AM

View Postthird_eye, on 06 June 2013 - 11:57 PM, said:

Finally found and dug up two of my favorite links on subject ... let's keep the discussion going :







I still can't put together the debunks and the bunks ... maybe you guys can ....

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We've had that second one with the little girl in the mirror on here before.

I don't have time to look at the other 15 right now, but they look familiar too.  I'll search the threads up later.  Gotta go to work.  Yay.


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 02:13 PM

First off, I have been in hotels all over this great country, and I have never had a room that didn't require a key or card to open the door. Next, I have never seen a hotel door stay open without something to block it open.

This leads me to believe that something supernatural was definitely at work here.

EDIT: I just watched it again, and I guess he did use a key to open it, but that doesn't explain how the door stayed open on it's own.

Edited by Pod99966, 07 June 2013 - 02:27 PM.


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 02:28 PM

View PostPod99966, on 07 June 2013 - 02:13 PM, said:

First off, I have been in hotels all over this great country, and I have never had a room that didn't require a key or card to open the door. Next, I have never seen a hotel door stay open without something to block it open.

This leads me to believe that something supernatural was definitely at work here.

EDIT: I just watched it again, and I guess he did use a key to open it, but that doesn't explain how the door stayed open on it's own.

really? or are you being sarcastic?


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 02:51 PM

View Postquillius, on 07 June 2013 - 02:28 PM, said:

really? or are you being sarcastic?

I'm serious. You have to block a hotel door open, or something. They all have pneumatic cylinders to make them close. This one sat there wide open. Of course you add in the apparition and the flickering lights, and it all adds up.


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 03:03 PM

View PostPod99966, on 07 June 2013 - 02:51 PM, said:

I'm serious. You have to block a hotel door open, or something. They all have pneumatic cylinders to make them close. This one sat there wide open. Of course you add in the apparition and the flickering lights, and it all adds up.

so why did the door stay open even after the 'apparition' had left?
why did he not turn on the light?
why did he not turn off the shower?
why does the footage claim to be unedited yet clearly is, on many levels?
why does he leave the door open when he leaves?

it does add up as long as 1+2 = 7


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 03:13 PM

View PostPod99966, on 07 June 2013 - 02:51 PM, said:

I'm serious. You have to block a hotel door open, or something. They all have pneumatic cylinders to make them close. This one sat there wide open. Of course you add in the apparition and the flickering lights, and it all adds up.

I would hazard a guess that since the video appears to be staged that they took the time to disengage the door mechanism before they started filming.


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 03:27 PM

View Postrashore, on 07 June 2013 - 03:13 PM, said:

I would hazard a guess that since the video appears to be staged that they took the time to disengage the door mechanism before they started filming.

yes but how did they make the lights flicker? :santa:

(sarcasm ...BTW)


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 03:59 PM

I;

View Postquillius, on 07 June 2013 - 03:27 PM, said:

yes but how did they make the lights flicker? :santa:

(sarcasm ...BTW)

I'm no electrician but...

When Altering a lever that is located on the surface in the room and cause a room to go from dark to light. The electricity to the light sockets is cut two and the switch reinstates the circuit when the two wires are re-connected by a piece of metal. The electrons flow into the sockets, light the bulbs and flow back to their source somewhere on the other side of the meter.

When a circuit is completed, as when the wire goes directly to the socket without going through a switch, electricity flows freely and does its job. The problem is that in the moment (even in the fraction of a second) between "on" and "off" there is immense resistance that can burn the wires or short out the system. The standard toggle switch is not just a piece of plastic flipping a piece of metal between disconnected ("off") to connected ("on"). When the wires are separated, there is what's called "infinite resistance," and when they are connected completely, there is "zero resistance" or connectivity. In both infinite and zero stages, there are no power surges that can cause damage to the contact points. It is for this reason that, even in the simplest switches, there are springs mounted within to flip aggressively the contact mechanism so, like a mousetrap, the connection is made instantly at some point as your finger is flipping from "off" to "on". When breaking the connection (flipping the switch to "off"), there is a further complication in that the electrical load arcs and tends to worsen the corrosion of the contacts, which can quickly shorten the life of the switch. Most switches include a wiping mechanism in the on-off switch so the corrosion is wiped clean at every switching.

A larger understanding of the theories and qualities of electricity is needed to explain how different types of switches, like dimmers, work. You should know the voltage and amperage ratings and ranges of the switches, not to use more than one dimmer switch on a socket controlled from multiple locations, the difference between single and double-point switches and to turn off the electricity before you replace or work with the switches or receptacles. Having a basic understanding of how the electrons flow can demystify even the most advanced switch technology.

Or

Old Tom did it

It is easier to claim it is paranormal than taking the hard route and find out what really happened.


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Posted 10 June 2013 - 08:50 AM

View PostBrian Topp, on 07 June 2013 - 03:59 PM, said:

I;


I'm no electrician but...

When Altering a lever that is located on the surface in the room and cause a room to go from dark to light. The electricity to the light sockets is cut two and the switch reinstates the circuit when the two wires are re-connected by a piece of metal. The electrons flow into the sockets, light the bulbs and flow back to their source somewhere on the other side of the meter.

When a circuit is completed, as when the wire goes directly to the socket without going through a switch, electricity flows freely and does its job. The problem is that in the moment (even in the fraction of a second) between "on" and "off" there is immense resistance that can burn the wires or short out the system. The standard toggle switch is not just a piece of plastic flipping a piece of metal between disconnected ("off") to connected ("on"). When the wires are separated, there is what's called "infinite resistance," and when they are connected completely, there is "zero resistance" or connectivity. In both infinite and zero stages, there are no power surges that can cause damage to the contact points. It is for this reason that, even in the simplest switches, there are springs mounted within to flip aggressively the contact mechanism so, like a mousetrap, the connection is made instantly at some point as your finger is flipping from "off" to "on". When breaking the connection (flipping the switch to "off"), there is a further complication in that the electrical load arcs and tends to worsen the corrosion of the contacts, which can quickly shorten the life of the switch. Most switches include a wiping mechanism in the on-off switch so the corrosion is wiped clean at every switching.

A larger understanding of the theories and qualities of electricity is needed to explain how different types of switches, like dimmers, work. You should know the voltage and amperage ratings and ranges of the switches, not to use more than one dimmer switch on a socket controlled from multiple locations, the difference between single and double-point switches and to turn off the electricity before you replace or work with the switches or receptacles. Having a basic understanding of how the electrons flow can demystify even the most advanced switch technology.

Or

Old Tom did it

you wasted your valuable time typing that...it definitely was Tom. He did that whilst holding the door open.......


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Posted 10 June 2013 - 06:34 PM

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Anyone seen this before? What's your opinion?


Holy crap on a cracker.. I noticed BEFORE they said - In case you missed it ..  I sat thinking what the hell is that coming out of the room?

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