Video proof of ghost car causing an accident!

May 2012
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#1
Watch the short video, a car just magically appears out of thin air in front of another car causing the second car to strike it broadside.

If anyone can tell us where this car came from, when its all recorded, please share it with us.

[video=youtube;I2SqHCyXffM]https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=29&v=I2SqHCyXffM[/video]
 
Feb 2007
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#2
Or a car came out of the shadow.

What is more logical, a car coming out of the shadows or a supernatural automobile appearing out of nowhere and then getting hit, thus turning it into something real?

Unless the ghost car was driven by a mermaid. Then it would be feasible.
 
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May 2012
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#3
Or a car came out of the shadow.

What is more logical, a car coming out of the shadows or a supernatural automobile appearing out of nowhere and then getting hit, thus turning it into something real?

Unless the ghost car was driven by a mermaid. Then it would be feasible.
That's what I originally thought but we can see through those shadows the entire time and I don't see a car anywhere in them.
 

Djinn

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Dec 2007
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#5
Watch the short video, a car just magically appears out of thin air in front of another car causing the second car to strike it broadside.

If anyone can tell us where this car came from, when its all recorded, ...
Or who edited the footage. Seriously ... editing video is trivial these days.
 
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May 2012
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Really? You can see through those shadows?
Yes, you can easily see the concrete wall, the street signs, and the trees in the shadows, its very clear.

And those would be further away than the car would be and as fast as the car was driving it should have shown on the video speeding into the impact.

Instead it just suddenly appears out of nowhere.

The car obviously was coming from the left probably going about 30 miles an hour so we should be able to see it coming.
 
Feb 2007
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Yes, you can easily see the concrete wall, the street signs, and the trees in the shadows, its very clear.

And those would be further away than the car would be and as fast as the car was driving it should have shown on the video speeding into the impact.

Instead it just suddenly appears out of nowhere.

The car obviously was coming from the left probably going about 30 miles an hour so we should be able to see it coming.
Who you gonna call?

Ghostbusters.
 
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Djinn

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#10
That's the denier excuse for everything now.
It's not a bad excuse. It's an undeniable fact that these days, video footage can be edited easily. And making an object appear or disappear in a video is one of the easier effects to reproduce.

Also - isn't it weird (even by your standards) that a car would have a spirit? What's next? Phantom electric pencil sharpeners?
 
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