DUST IS EVERYWHERE pt2
I was recently approached by a client stating that she kept getting orbs in videos of her child. She mentioned to me that it only happened when she was playing. I quickly searched YouTube using the search terms “Orbs Around Kids.” There were a few videos…quite a few…that matched that search criteria. The one that matched closely to what she was describing was titled “Ghost orbs flying around children”
There are a few things going on in this video that could cause the appearance of orbs. One is the jumping around, in this case, on a bed. Similar to last week’s post “Dust Is Everywhere,” jumping on a surface that inherently collects dust will cause dust to fly. My first full time job was a door to door vacuum sales person for Kirby and one of our major selling points was the amount of dead skin (aka dust) we would pull out of a mattress.
Let’s take a look at something that may be not so obvious. It’s a hypothesis and hasn’t been proven but can likely happen. Dust is light weight. So much so that it sometimes appears to float in the sun light. If one of these children or even the person recording, disturbed some dust with the smallest bursts of air from clothing being moved, breath, or anything, it could be then caught by an ac vent or draft, that small speck of dust could potentially be moved from one side of the room to the other.
Let’s now look at the statement “That only happens when the child plays.” I asked this question right after and I’ll ask you the same as well, “How often do you record that spot when the children don’t play?”
Remember, Ask questions, think about the logical possibilities, ask more questions, make an assessment and test your assessment. Wash Rinse Repeat
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