Photo date: March 1, 2016. Photographer: Mark Mahin.
I have recently been taking an incredibly strange series of photos that
show a very weird set of transformations of the light from my TV set.
You can see dozens of previous photos of this type by looking at this very astonishing series of photos.
The next photo shows a shocking variation of this phenomenon: what seems to be a kind of precognitive levitation. Precognition is a paranormal ability to know something before it happens.
I was on a "Music Choice" TV channel that cycles between static images while it is playing music. The left photo shows an image floating above the TV -- an image of a man wearing sunglasses. But note that it is not the image shown on the TV at the time. It is instead the image that appeared on the TV a few seconds later, shown in the right photo. How did such an image get on the photo on the left? It is as if this spooky effect somehow looked ahead a few seconds in time. Open the photo in a separate browser tab to see it more clearly.
The photos were flash photos. See here for two other examples of this strange "precognitive levitation" effect.