Tuesday, January 26, 2010
(ABOVE: Wait for the first full screen to go away and when it goes to four screens, look at the upper left screen)
Puckett’s Auto Body, a wrecker service in Oklahoma City, did what any other business does by night; it videotaped sections of its junkyard to be certain no one was sneaking in and taking expensive parts. One night in 2002, however, something came out on one of the cameras that defied logic. An overnight dispatcher watched it live on film and was astounded.
Most of us caught a glimpse of this on local news stations on a quiet news night. It caused a stir of skepticism and excitement. A family came forward. Their daughter had died in the car above which the figure was floating. They believed she was making one last showing for her children.
Skeptical teams came forward to examine the tape and realize that it was a live tape, so the explanation had to be something in the lot. They tried a fishing pole and a toy on a string in front of the camera with a different looking very solid looking object moving quickly in order to keep it in a circular motion. They couldn’t recreate the look of what was found on the tape. Thus far, no one's come up with a real explanation for what was caught on film.
So, what happened that night on the car lot? I’d like to hear your theories.
at 4:12 PM