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Haunted Cottage Photographs

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Here are Loonboy's Haunted Cottage pictures that were lost in the rollback :

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and here's the second one:

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Given the fact that the two photo's are taken at different angles then it would be safe to assume that they are photo's of the same thing.

Just what it is other than an orb tho is hard to determine as if it is a 'spirit' then it would easily gain my vote for being genuine.

But it could have been faked of course, not to say that it is tho.

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Well I can safely say the pictures have not been faked at all as I took them now weather it is something to do with the digital camera now I can not answer that one the only thing that seems strange is that the other pics of the cottage taken in the same room but in the other direction do not have orbs on them.

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The last photo you posted is brighter than the other two, so maybe that has something to do with it?

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I have the original pictures still these pics have been saved in a compressed format to able to be posted on here the orbs can be seen on the original pics all the same I do not feel it has anything to do with the lighting.

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Simple, in the brighter pictures, maybe it is too light for the ORBS to be seen, as they are the same light frequency as the surrounding area.

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I personally believe that orbs are anomalies of taking photos with digital cameras and using flashes. The "orb" being a speck of dust etc. which the camera cannot focus on.

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Though of course I would like someone to prove me wrong.

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This is one of my many orb photo's.

Either i am taking photo's of dust caught in the flash, or i live in the most haunted house in England. unsure.gif

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Hey Crosis :-) I've definately seen this pic before tongue.gif

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Hello there,

Nice to see you again.

And yes you have indeed cool.gif

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rolleyes.gif nice to see you again too, love the new pic, mine seems to have disapeared wacko.gif

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The thumbnail is still there but i killed my old site so the link goes nowhere. unsure.gif

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TADA!! laugh.gif my pic is back

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"Orbs" on digital cameras are a very familiar phenomena. They aren't spirits, they're faults in the design of the camera. I worked in publishing for a few years, and we learned this quickly; you can't use the digital camera for massive photo. shoots due to the apperances of "orbs."

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Hi Test Bear & everyone. smile.gif

What do you mean by "faults in the design of the camera"?

Kelly

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What are we looking at? it appears that there are cuts or bruises in the film thats all. This cottage is not haunted. This is not really a haunting there are much better and true hauntings we can read about!

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