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  No, it's not a lens screw up, flash, flare..anything in that nature

No, it's not a lens screw up, flash, flare..anything in that nature
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Uploader comment: This is a picture of myself taken at 16 (please excuse the manner of this picture lol) with a razor phone. keep in mind this phone has no flash at all and was taken 5 years ago. i have another picture just like it, just not on my work computer. i have absolutely no idea what they could be. and i know A LOT about the supernatural, so please don't try call my bluff or post ridiculous crap on here. i'm only searching for answers. i do not believe they are orbs. i am not a huge believer in orbs at all. they can easily be debunked. please, serious answers only.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by Gallimaufry on 13 June, 2011, 23:49
It's glare from the very bright light behind you, which has more than one bulb.
Comment icon #9 Posted by torf on 16 June, 2011, 6:47
I think he may be right about the glare. But, you never know!
Comment icon #8 Posted by linzx3syou on 21 June, 2011, 16:17
it's not a glare. i can assure you of that. i realize that it has more than one bulb, but the lights and the dots are no where near each other in order to cause to a glare. but like i said, there's another picture with the exact two green dots around me taken 4 years later. please, square traveler, explain that to me. i've asked numerous paranormal groups and none have ever seen anything like that and don't have an explanation.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Gallimaufry on 24 June, 2011, 22:14
The lens is concave. The lights don't have to be directly across from it to cause glare in that position. That's not unusual at all. Hold a bowl in the spot where the camera was held and you can simulate the effect easily. And I'm guessing that light was there four years ago. Most paranormal groups are just amateurs like the rest of us, who take their hobby extra seriously. There are no experts on unproven phenomena. I'm not poking fun at you. I'm inclined to believe in the paranormal, but most presented evidence can be easily explained, and therefore should be dismissed.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Gallimaufry on 24 June, 2011, 22:14
dismissed.
Comment icon #5 Posted by linzx3syou on 30 June, 2011, 17:43
well then explain how the same two dots are in a completely different picture, 4 years apart, two different phones, two different locations. i'm not convinced it's a glare at all. you're going to have to do a little better than that
Comment icon #4 Posted by Gallimaufry on 7 July, 2011, 0:29
Seriously? I'm the one that has to do better? Because if I can't convince you it's glare, it has to be a ghost? I already explained why you get the same effect years later: The light fixture is still there years later.
Comment icon #3 Posted by linzx3syou on 11 July, 2011, 14:34
i'd believe you about being a glade if i thought it was a glare. never did i once say it was a ghost. and i'd believe you even more about the glare if the picture had been taken in the same spot. one was taken at my moms house and the other was taken at a friends house.
Comment icon #2 Posted by rebdoomer on 12 July, 2011, 17:49
What traveler says is rubbish and I love the photo! I can tell you it is a ghost and a very angry one at that! Im not sure if someone has passed on the house but I would say very near it. A teen died at my high school 4 years a good the year i graduated and we took a photo of a spot he used to hang out at for his memorial service and it had a background effect much like this. p.s very cute photo
Comment icon #1 Posted by Gallimaufry on 13 July, 2011, 12:40
I assumed because you posted it under Ghosts and Hauntings that you were thinking along those lines. So I offered a reasonable explanation for this photo, which is clearly not what you're looking for. I failed to read your whole post last time, so I didn't see that the other picture was taken in a different location. I obviously I can't offer any opinions on that one without seeing it.


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