Blue Ghost Video: Amateur Skeptics Trounce Professional Journalists

Here’s someone that actually did their homework in examining the phenomenon of a supposed “blue ghost” seen on a gas station surveillance camera. They observe the situation, form hypotheses, examine the evidence, and even run some tests on the plausibility of their possible explanations for what was seen.

With a little production value, why couldn’t something like this be what gets on TV instead of some poor reporter out trolling for a fluff piece… and then predictably delivering fluff?

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One Response to Blue Ghost Video: Amateur Skeptics Trounce Professional Journalists

  1. Ross says:

    I believe your hypothesis on the blue colored blob. The one thing I would like to add though is, even though people were not reacting to seeing the blue blob does not mean it is not there. Cameras have infrared red capabilities which is something the human eye does not have. Just for the heck of it, look through your cameras view finder and point it at the front of a T.V. remote, you will see the signal being sent by the remote which is something the human eye without the view finder will not see. Other than that, your experiment, in my opinion, is most likely correct. Any good investigator should approach the investigation as a Doubting Thomas and eliminate all questionable variables. If they cannot eliminate the variables, they must not come to any other conclusion other than what they are investigating is not fact.

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