A ghost in the stands at a soccer match??

Markbnj

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Yeah, no way that could be the shadow of someone running on the opposite side of the stadium. It has to be a ghost.
 

spacejamz

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Yeah, no way that could be the shadow of someone running on the opposite side of the stadium. It has to be a ghost.

yeah, no one would notice the light needed to make that shadow from the other side of the stadium either. :) not mention what position/distance the light and runner need to be at to make that shadow...
 

Tweak155

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That is very strange. A shadow doesn't make any sense.

Someone editing it in is all I can think of.
 

ThinClient

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Yes, there's NO POSSIBLE OTHER RATIONAL EXPLANATION for this. It MUST be a ghost.
 

KeithTalent

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Well, not sure what is, probably a reflection of some sort. Definitely not a ghost because they do not exist.

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lozina

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Despite what the text claims, the crowd is not reacting to it AT ALL.

So just some artifact of the camera or shadows
 
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oh look, another video of a "ghost" that is blurry as shit.

ROFL:

I laugh that with all the video cameras that people have these days that all the blurry UFO videos from the 80s and 90s haven't been replaced by 100x more of high, crisp quality.

Strange huh ...
 

MotionMan

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The crowd literally does not react to it at all, like it not actually there IRL.

Probably an artifact of a player running on the field.

MotionMan
 

Markbnj

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yeah, no one would notice the light needed to make that shadow from the other side of the stadium either. :) not mention what position/distance the light and runner need to be at to make that shadow...

Yeah, sources of light are rare in a stadium. Maybe that's the real mystery? Where, in that outdoor stadium, could the light have come from? Mind blown.
 

purbeast0

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The crowd literally does not react to it at all, like it not actually there IRL.

Probably an artifact of a player running on the field.

MotionMan

yeah, like the picture was about to fade to another view of the game on the field and it got screwed up. i've seen things like that happen during sports broadcasts.