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Science of scams - ghost on film



Derren Brown explains how a common stage trick can be used to create a convincing ghost on camera.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Rhungobains on 11 October, 2009, 15:12
I love what this guy does. Consummate entertainer and charlatan-detective all in one.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Coffey on 11 October, 2009, 16:37
I can't stand him, he just makes money out of things that are either fake or cheap trickery. I don't see why people find it entertaining. Next he will do a UFO show.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Lt_Ripley on 11 October, 2009, 22:22
that was cool. to know how the trick is done !
Comment icon #4 Posted by Agent Mothman on 9 November, 2009, 0:44
That was awesome! It's so simple yet makes such an impact. You can never trust anything you see on TV these days, the computer effect are just too realistic, but this shows that you can't even believe what you see in true life. But, no offence, when people offer you a tour of a haunted house there are bound to be some effects; if not by the people running the tour then by your own mind wanting something to happen.


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