Being very skeptic about this I ended up taking about 165 photo’s from about 5:25pm upon arrival to 7:10pm when we left. There were 20 or more people present and we stayed until dark.
When arriving home, myself and friends downloaded the pictures from the camera to the computer and was extremely surprised to find three photos together that made our hair stand up. Note that when taking these photos I, nor any body else during the visit seen any bright lights of any kind.
These photos are real and unaltered using our Kodak C643 EasyShare Digital Camera.
100_1431.JPG Taken Oct 21, 2006 at 6:18:46pm – You can see a slight bright light about ¾ the way across the picture from the left. (Very small)
100_1432.JPG Taken Oct 21, 2006 at 6:18:54pm – You can see a bright light just below the power lines next to the telephone pole.
100_1433.JPG Taken Oct 21, 2006 at 6:19:00pm – You can see almost the same angle with nothing there.
Hinsdale-House-Three-Pics.jpg – I combined all three photos, added the time from the photos and while is photo shop used to auto contrast to brighten the photo. Nothing else!!!
Hinsdale-House-Close-Up.jpg – Here is a blowup of the photo 100_1432.JPG.
It was not raining, the camera was sitting on a small sign in the yard with a two second start timer to prevent moving during picture taking. I moved the camera slightly between shoots to try to get different angles. Nobody out of the 20 visiting seen any sort of bright lights other than telling stories, hearing jokes and skepticism. After viewing this with my own camera knowing nothing was doctored I now believe something, just not sure what and how.
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Directions to the Hinsdale House
Pin A. Exit Route 86 (Exit 27)
Pin B. Sightings of Orbs
Pin C. Hanging Tree (Which I have been told has recently fell over)
Pin D. Hinsdale House