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esoteric_toad

Tempered glass can spontaneously break like that due to stresses even at the tiniest point. No paranormal anything needed.

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RoofGardener

If this is a CCTV camera, then why is it wobbling ? And why do we see such a short snippet ? And why is it mobile-phone aspect ratio ? 

Somebody stood with a mobile phone and took this video. Why where they recording, JUST when the glass smashed. Bit of a co-incidence, no ? 

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Saru
8 minutes ago, RoofGardener said:

If this is a CCTV camera, then why is it wobbling ? And why do we see such a short snippet ? And why is it mobile-phone aspect ratio ? 

Somebody stood with a mobile phone and took this video. Why where they recording, JUST when the glass smashed. Bit of a co-incidence, no ? 

It's a clip of that particular incident recorded off the CCTV monitor using a mobile phone.

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RoofGardener
30 minutes ago, Saru said:

It's a clip of that particular incident recorded off the CCTV monitor using a mobile phone.

Hmmm.... OK..... 

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DreadLordAvatar

Obviously a deep fake video...cgi!

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MissJatti

The clip is way to sort, anything could of happened seconds prior to the start of this clip

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acute

Come on, folks..... it was "formerly a 19th-Century funeral parlour" FFS.

What shop owners are gonna smash their own display case?  IMHO, this is an open-and-shut coffin. :yes:

 

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Tuco's Gas

Really? That's not a surveillance camera. Well, unless you count some bloke with his cell phone having a few laughs and trying to get on YouTube. 

I installed surveillance systems inTikrit. The aspect ratio is wrong on the video. No time stamp. Too short of a loop. No "establishing" shot..Overly unstable for a mounted camera. Cell phone resolution.

The "Paranorm Activities" movies were better. LOL 

 

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acute

@Tuco's Gas

See post #4.

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tortugabob

The old pellet gun trick.  Nothing to see here people.  Move along.

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Calibeliever

I spent a few minutes going through their youtube channel. A lot of things falling off of shelves and walls. My first thought is you should invest in sturdier wall hangings and leveler shelves. Nothing on there was unexplainable, but I have to say if I worked somewhere where stuff just kept randomly flying off of shelves it might get unnerving. I don't have anything to offer on why the glass shattered, but there at least a few non-paranormal explanations for how that could have happened.

TBH, if I were an investigator I'd certainly be interested in getting to the bottom of what's happening here since there are multiple occurrences. Of course we can't rule out trickery for publicity's sake, but a decent investigator should be able to rule that out (or in) pretty quickly.

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moonman

This video is WAY old, we've talked about it here before. Tempered glass can explode with little provocation, I've seen it happen.

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papageorge1

Well, glass exploding could possibly have a natural explanation but in conjunction with all the other alleged incidents in the shop I'm thinking a paranormal explanation is more likely.

Yes, it's that time again:

Papameter Reading on Exploding Cabinet Glass:

Paranormal 65%   Normal 35%

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Crikey

Any particular reason why the glass exploded outwards instead of inwards?

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stereologist
On 1/28/2020 at 7:52 PM, Crikey said:

Any particular reason why the glass exploded outwards instead of inwards?

These things so often turn out to be advertising gimmicks.

For all we know the glass was already broken and they decided to use the broken glass as advertising before repairing the cabinet.

This is so similar to so many other advertising gimmicks that people have posted.

papameter: 0% paranormal 100% advertising gimmick

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papageorge1
1 hour ago, stereologist said:

These things so often turn out to be advertising gimmicks.

 

I have seen a  number of these type videos by now. Not once do I recall one proven to be an advertising gimmick. I do believe though that for about 100% of these type videos that I recall determined skeptics calling 'advertising gimmick'.  

1 hour ago, stereologist said:

For all we know the glass was already broken and they decided to use the broken glass as advertising before repairing the cabinet.

This is so similar to so many other advertising gimmicks that people have posted.

papameter: 0% paranormal 100% advertising gimmick

Papameter reading has been posted and holds:

Paranormal 65%   Normal 35%

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stereologist

My papameter still holds

papameter: 0% paranormal 100% advertising gimmick

Not ever, not once has anything been proved to be more than imagination. 

You are of course dead wrong about never having been proven to be an advertising gimmick. 

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papageorge1
2 hours ago, stereologist said:

My papameter still holds

papameter: 0% paranormal 100% advertising gimmick

Not ever, not once has anything been proved to be more than imagination. 

You are of course dead wrong about never having been proven to be an advertising gimmick. 

Sir, at least give your meter its own name!! Thinking outside the box may not be your forte but, come on here!

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stereologist
24 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

Sir, at least give your meter its own name!! Thinking outside the box may not be your forte but, come on here!

I always think outside of the box. I'm not stuck in the dismal failure of woo as some are.

My papameter still holds

papameter: 0% paranormal 100% advertising gimmick

As  is clear you did not address being fooled previously by an advertising gimmick.

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papageorge1
30 minutes ago, stereologist said:

As  is clear you did not address being fooled previously by an advertising gimmick.

??? What case is that?

And anyway the Papameter knows hoaxes are a possibility. Do you think the Papameter could possibly be that stupid to not know that? It estimates likelihood of all the possibilities!

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stereologist
14 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

??? What case is that?

And anyway the Papameter knows hoaxes are a possibility. Do you think the Papameter could possibly be that stupid to not know that? It estimates likelihood of all the possibilities!

Papameter:  Fooled by advertising gimmick at least twice.  Here is one result.

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80% paranormal ; 20% Hoax ; 0% Natural Causes

 

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papageorge1
32 minutes ago, stereologist said:

Papameter:  Fooled by advertising gimmick at least twice.  Here is one result.

 

How do you think that made any sense without a specific case? An even a gimmick possibility was covered by the Papameter. 

 

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stereologist

Here is another case of being fooled by an advertising gimmick.

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 60% Paranormal / 40% hoax or natural phenomena to 70/30

Papageorge1's papameter goes for the advertising gimmick.

Like I stated, two failures despite the statement above and here it is: "Not once do I recall one proven to be an advertising gimmick."

It happens. You get fooled when you are stuck in the woo box with the false belief of thinking outside the box.

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papageorge1
10 minutes ago, stereologist said:

Here is another case of being fooled by an advertising gimmick.

Papageorge1's papameter goes for the advertising gimmick.

Like I stated, two failures despite the statement above and here it is: "Not once do I recall one proven to be an advertising gimmick."

It happens. You get fooled when you are stuck in the woo box with the false belief of thinking outside the box.

Stereo, your posts are making less sense than usual today. Is there a reason? It probably comes across as snide criticism but I am serious. You are now on to case two and you still haven’t shown case one.

I’ve debated with you a hundred times before but you made more sense than this.

 

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