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(formally - Celestial Spirit Investigators)
We found this photo through The Official Rolling Hills Asylum Facebook page. I contacted Chaos and received permission to re-post. During the phone interview with Jeannine, one of the founders of Chaos, we found out what type of camera that was used. We also learned of the conditions of the building and what they believe this person to be. After studying the photograph we decided to try to recreate this photo.
We took some shots of this area during the day, so you can see the distance more clearly:
At this time, this photo is what it is and is not "debunk-able". We were unable to recreate the apparent shadow behind the figure. Dozens of pictures were taken. More can be done to attempt to debunk the photo. We also decided to try one more time taking picture from the solarium and "cleaning" them up later. From Chaos's website: the photo was lightened. So we will look at lightening these as well and some new photos to be taken at a later date. Try yourself on a Debunk Night at Rolling Hills Asylum!
Now check this out!
I was looking at this photo and tried to zoom in on facial features. As I was zooming in I saw this ... this face... Many of you will say matrixing, many will say we are looking too hard. We only present what we find. We make no claims to who this is or what this might be. It was merely found on accident.
While we were looking at this picture we found another face embedded in the background. I believe it is hard to call it matrixing since the surrounding area is "static". ITC (Instrumental TransCommunication) experiments are being done at various levels. Whether it is scanning stations on a radio or setting up a camera in-front of a static TV it is an interesting concept. This type of communication has been done for years using water, steam, and smoke to name a few. These are some of the natural trans-communication techniques. However ITC is using some sort of electronic device. A movie "White Noise" shows one of the techniques.
Update on photo clarity:
(lightened by Ginny Fleming)
Our secondary find:
(also lightened by Ginny Fleming)
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