Ghost Orbs in Savannah?
Ghost Orbs in front of a wall??? Or just something on the
camera. All the other pictures were totally clear.
When we were in Savannah, Georgia, I took pictures of the walls
and fretwork in some of the old buildings that were "haunted." We
were on a ghost hunting tour--paranormal equipment, you know--the usual. Ghost
light detectors, phones set on ghost tracking where it pops up with words and
it doesn't matter that the words reoccur no matter where you are in Savannah,
and you can have a ghost standing right beside you. It occurs with such
regularity, you know you're being stalked. Temperature readers. All that great
ghost hunting stuff.
I mentioned to the tour guide that it was like Jurassic Park.
The dinosaurs can't be kept on a schedule where they appear at regular
intervals just for the tourists. :) I've witnessed paranormal events, but it
was always so unexpected, not something that was "forced." I don't
think she appreciated what I said. LOL
Anyway, so we had lights that changed colors when
"entities" were in the local vicinity, changes in temps--yeah, yeah,
so there was air conditioning seeping out of the window of a building right
next to the walkway where it was sooooo hot. Hmm-hmm.
Finding ghostly entities with ghost lights.
And yes, the entities came to a particular spot on the floor.
They were kids, because guess what? When you raised the ghost alert meter, it
would lose the signal. So had to be a kid. Right. Not electrical something in
But it was fun playing along with Bonnie Gill, as the ghost
hunter spoke to all the ghosts and asked them yes and no questions and they
answered with red and green lights. Bonnie was playing the game, good cop/bad
cop scenario. I was the Doubting Thomas, but still looking for my own ghosts
that were not part of the paranormal tour woowoo. :)
This was NOT on the ghost tour, and it was an antique shop with
a wickedly evil looking Italian bench. Bonnie only got a picture of a haze
where the bench should be. The little evil looking figure in the center had
green glowing eyes on her picture. But my closeup of him was fine.
But my camera picked up ghost orbs when hers just showed fog.
Different pattern entirely from the first picture above at the haunted building
showing ghost orbs. And all the rest of my pictures were clear. I always figure
something's on my lenses, but how come everything else was clear? Yes, yes,
I've heard that they could be dust particles. But these were the only two
pictures that came out like this.
So what do you think? Ghostly orbs, or just the lighting in the
building somehow capturing nifty balls of dust??? Ever experienced
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