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February 5, 1993, the Fox TV reality show SIGHTINGS examined what may
be a landmark discovery in parapsychology: convincing evidence that
ghosts exist and can actually communicate with us. Two residents of
an old house in the hills of Los Angeles began receiving ghostly messages
in Polaroid photographs. The pair started taking photos inside the house
in the hope of obtaining a picture of the entity they believed haunted
The ghost or spirit calls himself “WRIGHT”. He shows signs of erudition and intelligence, writing many of his messages in Latin. The ghost first appeared on film in March 1992 after one of the residents kept hearing unexplained noises throughout the house. After a door opened mysteriously, he took a series of photos, several of which revealed a classic ghost-like shape, including dark shadows at the eyes and mouth. The messages began to appear on film in June 1992. The first was in response to a friend’s question about the ghost, “Is he here now?” The photo revealed a barely discernible “yes” in cloudy white shapes. After that, the writing became far more legible.
They were skeptical at first, suspecting a bizarre prank by the film’s
manufacturer or local distributor or some other technological trickery,
such as projected holograms or shaving cream sprayed on cellophone.
The paranormal research teams, similarly skeptical, used their own cameras
and their own film to take photos in the house. Their photos also yielded
answers to specific psychics, visiting independently of each other,
agreed that not only this spirit but three others reside inside the
house. A Polaroid Corp. representative, Howard Wurtzel, examined the
photographs and could not find no physical evidence of tampering. His
only explanation for the writing was that it was some form of radiation
created by a high energy field.
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