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Life After Death.”The Ghost That Screamed”, Story of a teenager who was killed in a car crash in 1984.


We as people, are genuinely curious when it comes to life after death,after all for those that of us are living at some points in our lives begin to wonder what the other side has to offer us and how.Destination America say’s they have the answers and to watch their show Case files Unknown.

If you want to see the best-in-class of Paranormal television do not miss CaseFiles Unknown.

The show is created and directed by Barry Conrad with story editor Victoria Gross, CaseFiles Unknown promises to deliver something that few paranormal shows have been able to deliver – proof.Conrad and Gross are seasoned television producers and are considered experts in the paranormal field. They have sourced extraordinary cases, and real footage from real people.

Beyond The Edge Of Reality,would like to clear a few things up.One there are no such things as a paranormal Experts,but if there ever were,we would hope and pray,that no one trusted Hollywood or media productions like this as their final say so.Two the Paranormal has not changed much in the past 50 years,it is still and unknown link inside civilized modern day man .

What is life after death!

It’s a fascination with life that’s at the root of our fascination with death.  Do we live on in some sort of metaphysical way? Do we experience anything comparable to what we call ‘consciousness’?

Death is only a man-made term after all. For some a beginning, for some an end, and for many simply a state of disrepair when medicine gives up.

this day, the police officer who took the photos is still shaken by the images in the photos.This was long before digital photography and Photoshop. The police officers arrived at the scene within minutes of the crash and took photos with their professional 35mm cameras. What developed in these photos shocked everyone and those who have seen the photos say that this is the proof everyone has been waiting for of life after death.

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Created and directed by Barry Conrad with story editor Victoria Gross, CaseFiles Unknown promises to deliver something that few paranormal shows have been able to deliver – proof.Conrad and Gross are seasoned television producers and are considered experts in the paranormal field. They have sourced extraordinary cases, and real footage from real people.

http://www.paranormics.com/the-ghost-that-screamed-casefiles-unknown/

If this is proof of life after death, people we might be in for a long awakening,but apparently Destination Truth feels it is?

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To this day, the police officer who took the photos is still shaken by the images in the photos.

If you want to see the best-in-class of Paranormal television do not miss CaseFiles Unknown.

Created and directed by Barry Conrad with story editor Victoria Gross, CaseFiles Unknown promises to deliver something that few paranormal shows have been able to deliver – proof.Conrad and Gross are seasoned television producers and are considered experts in the paranormal field. They have sourced extraordinary cases, and real footage from real people.

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About BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY

MY NAME IS EVAN JENSEN A PARANORMAL EXPERT IF THERE IS SUCH A THING. I HAVE ALWAYS HAD SERIOUS INTEREST DEEP INSIDE THE PARANORMAL WORLD, NO I AM NOT TALKING REALITY GHOST SHOWS, BUT HAVE STUDIED AND WORKED TO GET A TRUE UNDERSTANDING OF DEMONIC TYPE PHEMOMENA AS IT DOES EXIST.

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6 thoughts on “Life After Death.”The Ghost That Screamed”, Story of a teenager who was killed in a car crash in 1984.

  1. The screaming ghost story that aired on destination american was a sad but said to be true story. I hoped folks will watch that segment.

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    Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY | September 14, 2015, 6:32 pm
    • I am not a photography expert but during my lifetime I have seen many examples of matrixing with the older cameras we used. Many times I would pick up photos I’d had developed and be shocked to see odd images such as (and I don’t know how it happened) my face hazily superimposed over my mother’s or one of our pets hovering ghost-like in an otherwise clear image. I always attributed it to some sort of glitch in either the film or in the developing process.

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      Posted by Pam Stephens | January 26, 2016, 4:02 am
  2. Sorry to burst a 31 year old bubble but I have a total explanation for this photo. About me, I have 28 years as a photographer, I am a photography instructor and a real life CSI. Every image taken by this officer that night was blurry with the streaks of light. The streaks are caused with a slow flash syncronization. Most cameras from 1984 synconized with a flash at 1/60th of 1 second. With a slower shutter speed this one probably around 1/2 second, a camera will get these streaks even with the use of a flash. The camera was simply set on the wrong shutter speed and was syncronizing with a slower shutter speed. The yelowish/orange colors you see are from lights illuminating the scene. Much like an old household 60watt light bulb the spots lights used by patrol cars produce this gold color cast called tungston lighting when using a daylight film. Because the spot lights are not moving they will create ‘hot spots’ in areas throughout the frame at different angles. This screaming face is simply a hot spot that looks like a face and with camera movement it is given this appearance. As the officer moved around the vehicle the hot spot lighting glare changed so it only appears once at the angle in which this image was shot. The ‘dog’ on the door is the same thing. People want to see faces or forms in these types of images. It’s call matrixing.

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    Posted by Mickey Burrow | September 26, 2015, 8:44 pm
    • thank you mickey for the explanation

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      Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY | September 26, 2015, 9:17 pm
    • Right on, as they say—I’ve never been more than a casual amateur photographer who years ago devoured the literature of the mechanics of photography (studied 24 fps movie photography enough to shoot, edit, and publish a 12 minute documentary) and knows nothing of the flash photography discussed here , but I have made enough mistakes behind the lens and in the darkroom to know of the effects that things as simple as camera movement at low shutter speeds (then necessary at low light levels such as this trooper was dealing with) and inadvertent double exposures can produce…Worse, without regard for the “authenticity” of this photo, this is a lesson in considering the source of a (any) posting. My limited unsophisticated experience suggests to me that the investigators and authors have willfully completely ignored any technical considerations in favor of those that promote their preconceived ideological beliefs. And where did they get those beliefs? They went out in search of them.

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      Posted by Evans | January 26, 2016, 7:35 pm
  3. Looks like hokum, as an old word for bs goes.. Am I right? Just can’t believe..

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    Posted by dragynwynd | February 19, 2016, 6:52 am

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