Ghostly apparition caught on camera at Perth Tearoom.
- Source: Dailyrecord.co.uk July 2012
“A CAFE owner has called in the ghost-hunters after claiming to have seen a spirit on his security camera. Chills went down Dan Clifford’s spine when he checked his CCTV and saw what he’s convinced was a ghostly apparition hovering over a table set for two.”
MNPARA-SCI Commentary: (Paranormal Investigations Tip) I’m not a huge fan of single photo claims. One of the best methods for capturing unusual phenomena is what I call the angular two camcorder approach. You deploy two camcorders; each positioned in different corners of a room and aimed at the same focal point. Many single vantage captures on photo or video can be attributed to dust, spores, bugs, light flare, etc… Using the two camcorder tactic you can greatly reduce mistaken identification; if you capture something on both cameras’ that is consistent with each other, you then have something much more solid in as far as evidence goes. Similar set ups can be used for camera’s but it required more technical tricks like using a remote trigger to make the cameras take snap shots at the same time… Video doesn’t require that level of sophistication.
That being said, I can’t dismiss this image out of hand, I wasn’t there nor have I seen the original video. This is an interesting image… But is it too good to be true? You decide for yourself.
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