Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Video of a Very Spooky Event

Yesterday I noticed my Sony A6000 camera behaving in a very spooky manner, as if some invisible hand was manipulating it.  I took a video that captured the weirdness.  Before I give a link to that video, let me give some background information about the Sony A6000.

This camera has a Mode Dial at the top, which you can see in the top right of the photo below.  By turning  the Mode Dial with your finger, you can bring up different menu screens.  Below is one of the possible positions of the Mode Dial, the Sweep Panorama setting:

Below is another  of the possible positions of the Mode Dial, the Scene Selection setting:

Below is a video showing what I observed yesterday. No one is touching the camera. But the camera is somehow switching back and forth between these two different Mode Dial settings.  Because of low lighting, you cannot clearly see the Mode Dial in the video. But the physical setting of the Mode Dial must have been switching each time the screen changes in the video below. This is a physical movement very much like the "channel dial" movement that you made to change channels on a TV set decades ago, before TV sets had remote controls.

What we see here is something every bit as spooky as it would have been back in 1960 if you turned on your TV (before there were any remote controls), and saw your TV switching between different channels, even though no one was touching the TV set.  There is no way to change the Mode Dial of the Sony A6000 through any type of remote control or wifi or electronics. The only way to change the Mode Dial setting is by exertion of a physical force similar to switching a knob on a lamp or changing a TV channel on an old-fashioned TV.

We see here an inexplicable physical manifestation similar to many that I have observed over the years. I have seen things such as lights turning on by themselves, a TV often switching channels or settings by itself, a tablet  flashlight turning on by itself repeatedly, a toothbrush turning on by itself repeatedly, a sound machine changing settings by itself, a toilet (without any floating ball) four times flushing by itself, and even a locked door once opening by itself.  You can read some of my accounts of such events here.

See here for a video of the same camera taking 300 flash photos by itself, when no one was touching it, in 13 separate bursts of activity.

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