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Motion camera anomaly (1)
Image credit: Rob Thies

Uploader comment: I have a video camera setup in my place of business. It is motion activated. Well, early this morning it shot these pictures. This particular set of pictures show some sort of light (or energy) that is curvy in nature. I asked myself and some friends their thoughts on these photos, and they are all dumb-founded. Each photo is one second apart, and as you can see, there are two photos that show "something" in motion in the store. Ironically, the burglar alarm went off this same night about 90 minutes prior to these pics being taken. I got a call from ADT that the alarm went off, but I was sleeping and did not answer the call.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by SalemTroy81 on 16 June, 2012, 20:22
The shape seems solid, could be a stray hair in front of the lens. I notice a ceiling fan, was it running at the time?
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