Did Claude Monet visit his own art show or was it a camera trick?
First, there was the image of Michael Jackson doing the moonwalk during a thunderstorm. A lot of people were talking about the specter found in this picture. Was it the ghost of the famous painter Claude Monet? Apparently so, because the photographer who took the picture said the photo was untouched. Film, television, and theater came close when they used a hologram, but a real ghost? This blogger was skeptical too. With Halloween so close, this might have been a camera trick.
Maybe he came to check up on his exhibit, “Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse,” now in Cleveland, Ohio. Do people believe this was possible? Some of the comments had mixed reactions to the situation above. Some were saying it was staged, others thought it was a camera trick of the lens. To be perfectly honest, this blogger didn’t know what to think, even though people told me ghosts were not real.
The ironic thing was that the closest science was able to produce in the way of a ghost was a hologram. Those in film, television and stage had used it to make the viewer believe that they existed, like in Poltergeist, The Exorcist, or ANightmare on Elm Street. At least in those films, the spirits were attached to the place where the traumatic event took place. It was hard to tell why those spirits went after Linda Blair’s character in the movie or why it came back. At least Tangine, Zelda Rubinstein, blamed the psychiatrist in the third movie at Carol Ann’s special school when she was forced to remember.
Since Halloween was coming soon, here was a list of original scary movies that might make one shiver if they watch them alone in the dark: