And while at first sight the phenomenon appears to be just dust particles, John Bomhoff, who has been a videographer and editor for over 30 years, says he has never seen anything like this.
“An old friend of mine that I will call Sally came to my studio. She prefers not to reveal herself right now because she doesn’t want any personal attention brought to her or to her home,” Bomhoff said. “She just wants an explanation of what is starting to appear on her cell phone. She came to me thinking there was a logical explanation, like something involving cell phone pixel charges or lenses reflection or something like that,” he continued.
Reportedly, Sally had used a different cell phone and she kept getting the same results.
“The tiny blue dots of light appear randomly, and they are always moving quickly, I call them Blue Picketts,” the videographer explained.
At first, he says, he thought the lights were just some sort of bioluminescent insect, but he quickly dismissed that theory when Sally mentioned that they were invisible to the naked eye.
“I began to analyze the footage. A few things were obvious from the start,” he explains. “They are not reflections of anything, they move in directions totally unrelated to the camera movement, and they move just as much when the camera is still. They move much faster than the camera is moving, and although many seem to be straight lines, they are not all in straight lines.”
The lights also taken random turns and don’t seem to be afraid of the camera.[...]
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That's truly bizarre, but of all "paranormal" phenomenon, "orbs" impress me the least.
True, they did appear with a different camera - but this needs independent verification to have any credibility.