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Lens flare does not an apparition make
on October 26, 2011
This short book contains a small collection of photos with orbs (a.k.a. lens flares, dust particles, moisture droplets, pollen - anything that can alter a photograph and make it appear as though something paranormal has occured), mists (you've heard of fog, right?), and other photo aberrations. Most of these I can easily replicate with my camera.
Sorry to be a cynic, but this is one of the poorest collection of supposed ghost photos that I've ever seen.
However, the story that accompanies the photos is engaging and full of little bits of trivia, including detailed locations where paranormal activity might be expected.
I've been to Gettysburg before and tried to capture a few ghostly apparitions of my own. This book would have made a nice guide to locations I should have visited.
Nicely formatted on my Kindle 3, but even better on my iPad because the photos are in color and can be easily enlarged.
One star for the photos and three for the narrative.