Woman Records Supernatural Orbs, Ghost In Home Kitchen

October 25, 2016

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This is the recording taken by 56-year old Elaine Hamer of Blackwood, South Wales while allegedly trying to adjust the settings on her smartphone camera so she could film some shooting stars later. She never got to the shooting stars though, instead she caught some supernatural light orbs (possibly the ghosts of lightning bugs or fairies), followed by what appears to be a ghost lunging at her. Apparently the homes in the area were built on an area of land that used to have a hanging tree, and several neighbors have reported similar incidents, along with strange sounds and smells. Was it really a ghost in the video? My professional opinion is yes, and I've read dozens of books about ghosts. Granted they were all erotic fan fiction, but ghosts have needs too. It's important to understand them.

Keep going for the video while I sprinkle a circle of salt around my couch for safety.

Thanks to Dana, who informed me she doesn't believe in ghosts. Really? They're the only thing I'm scared of.

  • This will always be a matter on contention. The point is its pretty interesting and with any luck entices us into accepting that there's a lot more to this world than rational thought. None of this will ever be explained or proved. Get over it Jon.

  • karnie

    Someone with a flashlight + dirty piece of glass at the end. Wow, my four year old niece can make a more convincing video.

  • Bling Nye

    Looks like the reflections you'd get off a pane of glass. Just before the camera drops, you can see a big flare from the glass. When the camera spins downwards, looks like they're holding what was used to make the reflections.

    Shenanigans.

  • The_Wretched

    The wall of my garage was all wavy-sparkly this morning. I never see it like that. I loved how it looked....and then I noticed my drive way was wet and the morning sun was beaming in past a tree that had been blocking it due to the seasons and all.

    TLDR - sun reflection off of a watery surface makes interesting patterns.

    We'd need to see the rest of the room as well as what the 2 people heard in the video are holding before concluding it wasn't a similar phenoma.

  • AtomicMountain

    Sigh.

    When are people going to learn that you can't just move the headstones; you have to move the bodies too.

    SMH

  • Gingerbread

    That was totally cigarette / e-cig smoke at the end of the video. End of mistery. There is no such thing as ghosts.

  • Jon B

    The mystery is what school you learned spelling in.

  • NynjaSquirrel

    Perhaps the same school in which you learned grammar.

  • Meh

    No such thing as ghosts, therefor this is BS.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    GHOSTFACERS!

  • J J

    I could get the same effect if I held a cigarette next to a camera. That's exactly what it looked like to me. Seeing as how personal video recorders have been around for 3 decades, and we still don't have any recordings of anything that looks like a ghost... yeah, the only place they are real is in your mind.

  • Jenness

    Was that glitter on the floor at the end? Could that be the sparkles flying around earlier? Or maybe just someone smoking and puffing out something at the end then screaming. Bah humbug on this video.

  • James Mcelroy

    kind of looked like someone directing a reflection, like off of a watch, and then the cigarette/e-cig at the end.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It looked like sparkley linoleum that used to be popular in the 80s.

    I think the flashes in front of the camera was just ordinary house dust. The smokey looking smoke face was just smoke.

  • Forblat

    Image analysis would be so much easier if everything was just ghosts

  • Jon

    Fun fact, dust motes in the beam of your flashlight are not ghosts.

  • KungFuTreachery

    Fun fact, Jon is not the life of the party.

  • Geekologie

    but GHOSTS are ghosts

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