Thursday, February 05, 2009

Nothing to See, Everything is Normal

Taken from karl, something... interesting for your viewing pleasure.

Ganked from the Inquirer site. As another karl(o) says, "uy, win".

Two thoughts about this video shot. On the question of its veracity, the camera-man doesn't pan back to the same location, which makes one think that the camera-man doesn't know he'd caught something on his camera. And as video shots go, this one's a pretty clear shot, unlike the blurry, shaky stuff one can find on Youtube.

As for the idea of staging the scene: sure, but the idea of veteran soldiers doing something like this in the Bacolod countryside where the statistical probability of enemy encounters is higher than you or I meeting a ghost (which in this country is still higher than other countries)... I don't think so.


sharmaine said...

Shit, that's so creepy.

banzai cat said...

Hehe tell me about it.

dodo dayao said...

If this is a fake, it's a pretty clever one. Fake or not, though, it gave me serious goosebumps. Thanks,man. I think. Hehe.

banzai cat said...

My work here is done then. :-D

cat with the fiddle said...

if this is a joke, it's not funny. i'm phasmophobic.