October 31, 2007

Those "Ghost" Pictures
— Ace

Sheesh. I just noted that my attempted link to these accidentally pointed to a very, um, unsanitary portion of a Mickey Kaus-Robert Wright Blogging Heads segment.

Seriously, he linked that today. See "classy" in one of his recent posts. I guess I accidentally copied that link.

Anyway, here's the real "real" ghost pictures.

Posted by: Ace at 02:04 PM | Comments (15)
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1 One of those photos shows Dennis Kucinich observing a UFO.

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Posted by: aoshq janitor at October 31, 2007 02:35 PM (yjLO4)

3 There's supposed to be a ghost at this hotel I'm stayin at in Louisville.

Posted by: Dave in Texas at October 31, 2007 02:40 PM (Gnn85)


Those ghost photos were created by aliens to trick you into being paranoid.  I question the sanity of anyone who believes otherwise.

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Posted by: Dennis Kucinich at October 31, 2007 03:01 PM (dYSIz)

5 just noted that my attempted link to these accidentally pointed to a
very, um, unsanitary portion of a Mickey Kaus-Robert Wright Blogging
Heads segment.

I just thought you were sending an oh so subtle hint to Dave in Texas.

Posted by: Around the World Amish at October 31, 2007 03:02 PM (BWvjd)

6 Like my testicles, the page loads slowly, then suddenly empties, leaving just a white nothing.

The internet finally got sick of me jacking off looking at it, and now it's mocking me.

Haunted, I mean. It's haunted.


Posted by: Retired (Not Gay) at October 31, 2007 03:06 PM (k5JzA)

7 Weird images, that many will swear are proof of the supernatural, will soon appear on containers of clam chowder. 

Posted by: eman at October 31, 2007 03:23 PM (NPwKI)


That's because so many of us have lost family members to the Chunky Soup death machine.


Posted by: Clam at October 31, 2007 04:02 PM (dYSIz)

9 These are so disappointing.  Blatantly bogus.  Double exposures (including one which just HAD to be staged), blurry images of God-knows-what, stains on the negatives, or just taking the photographer's word that there wasn't anyone there.  And isn't it interesting how all of these "classic" pictures date from the early days of photography, before automatic cameras or digital pictures?

On top of it all, it doesn't make sense.  Light is light.  Our eyes perceive light and cameras detect light.  Anything a camera can see, the photographer can see.  How could a ghost affect the film and not the eye?  Now, a truly "psychic" phenomenon might be visible to the photographer's mind but not show up on film . . . but then they wouldn't be able to take their bogus photos of it.

The biggest flaw with all "paranormal" phenomena -- ghosts, aliens, whatever -- is that they're created by stupid dishonest people to fool stupid crazy people.  The aliens don't look like what a scientist of a science fiction writer would imagine, they look like what a stupid person would come up with after watching old Twilight Zone episodes.  The ghosts look like a stupid person's idea of a ghost costume; I'd expect something genuinely supernatural to look genuinely amazing.  Even Bigfoot is pretty damned stupid when you think of it -- basically a stupid person's idea of a caveman costume, disguised with bad photography because stupid people can't make convincing-looking costumes.

Someday, an actual clever person will invent one of these frauds; until then I'm going to be disappointed.

Posted by: Trimegistus at October 31, 2007 04:03 PM (xFUIO)

10 Gee thanks for debunking those photo's - now I can sleep in peace...or can I.....

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