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Subject: Re: My neighbor's ghost


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DSM
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Date Posted: 18:40:55 11/10/03 Mon
In reply to: DB 's message, "Re: My neighbor's ghost" on 03:36:26 11/09/03 Sun

This is very measured and good advice. I like the respectful and encouraging tone you use. this is a wonderful site and it helps when visitors treat every post with respect and courtesy.





>Dear Ghost Pics.
>I have looked at your orb photos and have a few
>problems with them. I am not trying to bust your
>bubble and I don't doubt your honesty but I think you
>have a bunch of dust orbs. If you go into an attic and
>start walking around you will stir up dust. From these
>photos it is rather obvious that this space is loaded
>with piles of debris and dust which can cause "orbs"
>to show up in your photos. As far as the faces you
>have captured, I can show you a hundred photos of
>normal everyday things and can find a face outlined
>somewhere in those pictures. I suggest you try again
>using these tips and see what else you can capture as
>far as the orbs are concerned. I wish you luck on your
>quest. Just make sure when you take some more photos
>you sit for 10 minutes very still then take the
>pictures. That will allow enough time for any dust
>particles to settle. Looking forward to seeing more
>from this site.

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