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Old 26-09-07, 18:06   #1
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My mates were filming today, and we messed up a time so, we looked over and as we did at the end a Small Black Orb? Was "falling" down the screen, now we checked and nothing fell at all, nothing was on the floor. Check it out for yourself.

People who say its Photo shopped or edited, don't even bother.

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Old 26-09-07, 18:56   #2
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Looks pretty awesome
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Old 26-09-07, 18:58   #3
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Ever seen most haunted? Seeing as your from England.

Awesome Video Very interesting.
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Old 26-09-07, 18:58   #4
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We paused it at the time it showed, and it had some yellow and pink around the age, and then surrounded my blurness.
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Seeing as the camera is jolting about, camera's can do anything like that
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Old 26-09-07, 19:01   #6
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Seeing as the camera is jolting about, camera's can do anything like that
I was thinking that too...
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Old 26-09-07, 19:01   #7
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It looks like the light was too bright and your camera just filled in the brightness with blackness, if that makes sense.

With one of my old cameras, whenever I took photos that had the reflection of the flash in them (I might have been taking a photo of something in front of a window or mirror for example), there was sometimes a small black area in the centre of where the flash was.
I donít know what caused it, and certainly donít know the technical name for it (if there is one), but thatís what I think it is.

I don't think it's anything supernatural.
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Old 26-09-07, 19:03   #8
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I know its too bright, but my cam doesn't darken things, it only brightens, + if it does darken stuff up it would of done it with all the screen and not some weird circle.
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Old 26-09-07, 20:14   #9
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LMAO it was the sun, not a black orb, that's what happend when you film the sun, coz the camera didnt have time to adjust to the light.
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Old 26-09-07, 20:16   #10
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Orbs looks like smoke or something. That was just a black dot.
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