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#1    Olivier

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Posted 25 November 2004 - 08:59 PM

Hello, everyone!!!

Please, have a look at the picture I sent to you.
Look at the shiny thing along the spine of the dog.

Could someone tell me what this is ?

(I hope it will work. Living in the countryside of France, we are fighting for modernisation - with a limited success : now 40 kb/s.).

Bye

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#2    Diebytheflyguy

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Posted 25 November 2004 - 09:15 PM

Its not an orb, maybe people would call it a vortex? I'm thinking it is hair captured in the shot...

Heres the hair effect close to the camera:
user posted image

Heres the hair effect a bit further away:
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Edited by Diebytheflyguy, 25 November 2004 - 09:18 PM.


#3    tam

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Posted 25 November 2004 - 09:54 PM

Olivier thanks for posting that pic.
I have know idea what the shiny thing can be.
Diebytheflyguythinks it may be a vortex who know?
If it helps Oly and its only my opinion it looks to me that the dog is chomping a cat.
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Posted 25 November 2004 - 10:31 PM

Thanks for your help, Tam.

I agree with you concerning the dog and the cat.


A question for Diebytheflyguy :

What do you call a vortex ? If it is explainable in a short sentence...


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Posted 25 November 2004 - 11:10 PM

First I should clear up that people who believe in ghosts would call that a vortex. I do not, therefore I say its a strand of hair.

A vortex?

"A vortex is a very strange and mysterious phenomena. They usually take on the appearance of a swirling funnel shape when moving about. They can also appear in pictures as being long and narrow and having a tread like design within their body. They are readily confused with a speeding orb when they slow down and take on this straight & narrow look. It's not presently known if a vortex has ever been captured on video tape. It should be noted that they are often felt as a cold spot."
Check this site our for more paranormal definitions.

And to clear it up with pictures:

A "votex," looks like this:
user posted image

An "orb," looks like this:
user posted image

An "ectoplasm/ecto-mist/ecto-vapour," looks like this:
user posted image

An "ecto-swirl," looks like this:
user posted image

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#6    Olivier

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Posted 25 November 2004 - 11:29 PM

Thanks, Diebytheflyguy,

your explainations are clear and useful (and with pics to illustrate!)

I can see on the picture of a vortex that it's got a shadow : so, it ca be seen with the eyes - I mean, without necessarilly a camera ?

What could be seen on the dog was not seeable in reality, without the use of the camera. If useful, I remind you that the animals playing together were the reason of the picture : the shiny thing was an "accident" seen afterwards on the computer.

Olivier


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Posted 25 November 2004 - 11:53 PM

Yep, I thought the same thing about the dog and cat. The dog seems to be having "lunch."  laugh.gif

Nonetheless, I have seen these sorts of pics often, (with strange lights and things appearing in them, etc.,) as have many other ppl in this forum.

The one thing that strikes me as odd is that animals are normally keenly aware of supernatural entities in their vicinity.

Perhaps the dog is to busy "eating" and the cat is too busy being "eaten" to notice, but both seem to be oblivious to the light. Therefore I would say that this is probably some type of natural photographic artifact, like as Diebytheflyguy suggested, a hair caught in the photo.

That's my take on this, for whatever it's worth. Cute dog and cat though, thanks for sharing the snap. thumbsup.gif  


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Posted 26 November 2004 - 10:00 AM

Thanks everyone.

I thought as you, David concerning the awareness of animals when confronted with supranatural entities.

What was striking, "frightening", was the impression that the thing had caught, seized the spine of the dog.

After I thought of it, and after I read Dieby...... 's message, I really agree concerning the hypothesis oh the hair.

Indeed, a cat's hair (especially hairs located in the inside of the fur) can be zigzagging like the shape on the picture.

Thank you all

Olivier


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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:13 AM

To me, it only seems Photoshoped...It doesn't exactly look like a /real/ vortex....

Just a thought though.


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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:09 PM

Hello,

The picture has not been submitted to any artificial change.

Anyway, the idea of a vortex has been abandonned for the idea of a cat's hair.

Bye
Olivier


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Posted 29 November 2004 - 08:45 PM

If this is evidence of the supernatural I'll cut off my own head and eat it. I have to subscribe to the hair theory, or perhaps the photoshop theory.

Ther hair one seems best though.

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Posted 30 November 2004 - 10:05 PM

Hello,

Once again, this picture was not photoshopped !!! It's been given to me by my (worried) step-sister. We even don't have the Photoshop program.

Knowing nothing in that field, I merely suggested this picture to those who master this domain better than I do.

Moreover, considering the number of animals who live in our houses, the hair theory seems a satisfying one.

Bye
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Posted 05 December 2004 - 12:25 PM

QUOTE(Diebytheflyguy @ Nov 25 2004, 09:15 PM)
Its not an orb, maybe people would call it a vortex? I'm thinking it is hair captured in the shot...

Heres the hair effect close to the camera:
user posted image

Heres the hair effect a bit further away:
user posted image

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i agree with diewiththeflyguy he is obviously made it clear that the flash has made the amino acids on the hair reflect the light to make it look like a vortex. the hair cud have came from the dog itself or yourself.


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Posted 05 December 2004 - 08:53 PM

QUOTE(Diebytheflyguy @ Nov 25 2004, 11:10 PM)
First I should clear up that people who believe in ghosts would call that a vortex. I do not, therefore I say its a strand of hair.

A vortex?

"A vortex is a very strange and mysterious phenomena. They usually take on the appearance of a swirling funnel shape when moving about. They can also appear in pictures as being long and narrow and having a tread like design within their body. They are readily confused with a speeding orb when they slow down and take on this straight & narrow look. It's not presently known if a vortex has ever been captured on video tape. It should be noted that they are often felt as a cold spot."
Check this site our for more paranormal definitions.

And to clear it up with pictures:

A "votex," looks like this:
user posted image

An "orb," looks like this:
user posted image

An "ectoplasm/ecto-mist/ecto-vapour," looks like this:
user posted image

An "ecto-swirl," looks like this:
user posted image

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pretty interesting information you got, but that vorex pic you posted looks fake, because it has a shadow. it looks more like a wire of some sort.

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 02:34 PM

Interesting,cheers chaps! thumbsup.gif
The vortex and the hair look quite similar? huh.gif The shadow on the vortex is kinda weird too!
I hope your cat still has its head! sad.gif






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