First, let me begin by saying that I do not necessarily believe in “Orbs”. I have found that in most footage, these anomalies can be explained away as simply being dust floating around the room, or small insects flying around etc. When you shoot in darkness, IR can do interesting and convincing things with the above.
That being said…. January 27, 2019 I noticed one of our security cameras had gone down and asked our IT Manager to get it up and running. Instead, he came to my office and said, “uh… I really don’t know your belief system, but I’d like to show you what we caught on camera just before it went down. The camera in question, by the way, became unplugged at the time it went down just after 2:00 am. (see clip 2).
SIDE NOTE: WE ATTEMPTED TO DOWNLOAD THE FOOTAGE SEVERAL TIMES. THE VIDEO WOULD FREEZE IN THE DOWNLOADED VERSION JUST BEFORE ACTION WOULD OCCUR. ATTEMPT WAS MADE AT LEAST TEN TIMES WITH NO SUCCESS. WE ENDED UP PLAYING THE ACTION BACK, AND RECORDING THE SCREEN FROM A CELL PHONE.
I have included the footage we looked at in three clips. You decide if this could be “dust”, or if this is directed energy. I’d love your comments below.
An “orb” rises from a workstation chair about 2:03 am. The building is locked, dark and no air was being pushed in the room.
An “orb” is seen coming from the area of the door to the left, and moving to the right of the video under the camera. about 8 seconds later the camera goes dead. The next day, we discovered that the camera basically had been unplugged, although it had not been touched by human hands.
Around 2:50 am the camera on the other side of the room came to life and recorded this clip. Note that the camera used in the first two videos (in the top left corner) is on, the IR light clearly illuminated… although the camera was unplugged and non-functioning after clip two. After a few seconds just under the camera, you can see the reflection of the computer monitors come to life, reflected in the glossy dry erase white board attached to the wall. The computer was asleep, and only a mouse movement or keyboard button would wake it.
So there you have it. “orbs” form the man who doesn’t believe in orbs….
My conclusion is whatever you take away from clip one and two, you cannot escape the fact that the balls of light are directed energy, not dust and not bugs flying around.