This camera is my own personal property. I have used it for years. I have taken a million shots at family functions, sporting events, vacations, and pets over the years. I had never seen these light anomalies before so I was very excited to think they may be paranormal in nature. I couldn’t imagine what else they could be. They were awesome yet a little creepy. They were not visible to the investigators at the time the pictures were taken.
During any investigation we encourage whatever spiritual energy may be present in the location to utilize our equipment for energy to help manifest or communicate with us. Since these strange glowing light anomalies originated at our equipment; we wondered if they were doing just that. They are very impressive!
I sent my pictures to several more seasoned paranormal investigators in the area that I network with on a regular basis. None were able to explain the anomalies and were equally impressed with them. We were aware of some similar looking anomalies on another paranormal websites and that made us all the more hopeful that our photos were of the paranormal variety.
Eventually I sent the pictures to a website that boasted over twenty five years of researching paranormal phenomena for analysis.
Much to my surprise, in three days I received a reply from Dale Kaczmarek very politely informing me that the light anomalies in my pictures were a simple natural phenomenon known as light lag. When the automatic digital cameras autofocus; any movement by the operator creates the lag. It is evidently fairly common. Since the phenomena definitely always originated at a light source, I immediately accepted that explanation as a rational real world answer.
About The Author
Mojo is a fast paced paranormal thriller.
If you’ve got Mojo; look for upcoming releases in 2011
Edgy and fun, this book will show the reader how having faith in a power greater than ourselves will lift us through even the most unforeseeable obstacles in life.