These are great. If I keep watching stuff like this before sleeping I will eventually lose all fear response through saturation therapy. Sweet dreams. Thanks Schrodinger's Zebra, you are my favorite visual expression of the doppler effect.Here's another 'channel' that has some good accounts of strange events, narrated really well and with nice drawings to set the scene... it's called Bedtime Stories...
the sad thing is that good channels use it too, wich makes it even harder to seeYou're right about the clickbait; the amount of times I've clicked on a video cuz of an interesting 'front picture' on the video only to find that strange picture I was hoping to learn about isn't even mentioned. Same with the video descriptions on some.
Tell you a good way to keep away from the rubbish ones though - anything with 'proof' in the title (especially if it is in block capitals) is guaranteed to not contain any proof whatsoever
Sorry @Swifty but I refuse to watch your video until I know precisely how scary these creatures are.Horrible terrible beasties
No probs Zebs, I'd rate it:Sorry @Swifty but I refuse to watch your video until I know precisely how scary these creatures are.
On a scale of 1 to 5, where:
1 = my dog looks scarier in the dark than these creatures, and
5 = I should watch with the lights on and be prepared to evacuate to the back of the sofa,
how would you rate the video?
Good choice, those videos are excellent, we have watched quite a few of them, they're very well made. EnjoyI've just found a channel called Bedtime Stories, I'll be wading through these over the next few nights, this one's about The Flannan Isle Lighthouse mystery ..
You've got two, possibly three seconds which gave the girl enough time to hit the deck as the camera initially wasn't focused on where she was standing, the messy panning also helped. Great clip but not necessarily a ghost.A youtuber going by the name of Sir Spooks has a pretty good channel, I've just enjoyed watching his 5 cryptids video, all this footage is new to me .. cracking stuff
The second clip into this Sir Spooks vid is seriously impressive editing .. or a real ghost girl. Apparently the clip has been online for years, this is the first time I've seen it
I disagree because if she had thrown herself on the ground, she'd have had half a second tops. I'm going with a skilful angled edit using the corner of the wall on the approach taking advantage of the messy panning.You've got two, possibly three seconds which gave the girl enough time to hit the deck as the camera initially wasn't focused on where she was standing, the messy panning also helped. Great clip but not necessarily a ghost.
I'm not sure what you mean about religious references INT21, I'm just seeing some young film students getting creative when I watch that clip to be honest.Swifty,
..refer to the devil who had two faces ..
Wasn't it Janus who had two faces. And could see the past and the future at the same time ?
Sorry, I thought it was widely believed the footage wasn't cut? I see that's wrong.I disagree because if she had thrown herself on the ground, she'd have had half a second tops. I'm going with a skilful angled edit using the corner of the wall on the approach taking advantage of the messy panning.
I was too focused on the corner of the wall being the concealing element at 3.00 but now I re watch it yeah I think you're right, it was at 2.59 wasn't it .. there's even a sort of click sound at that exact moment .. fucking students eh? ..Sorry, I thought it was widely believed the footage wasn't cut? I see that's wrong.
Looking at it again the cut is at 2.59. Pretty clear. The whole frame blurs and returns to normal at 3.00.
I enjoyed Hellier, but it flagged badly after the first two eps. Two hours would have been plenty for the whole thing. Taking it at face value, there was a lot of genuine weirdness in the build-up period, but by the time they got out there properly, it had mostly moved on. They seemed sincere, just over-keen to find strangeness.