This picture of mysterious bodiless feet was taken on 18th September, 2005 at 10.12 p.m at a public park in Sungai Petani with the Canon EOS888 on Kodak ISO200, using a tripod. In this picture, the streak of lights become a mystery since the rest of the light sources do not produce any streaks. and for this reason I do believe that the streaks are most probably parallel orbs in motion and these streaks caused the head of the man in the white shirt to disappear. The shadow at the back of the man in white shirt suggests that the earlier mentioned streaks are most probably vortexes .
This photo also suggests the presence of not only recorded ghosts in human form – but also bodiless feet and an orange ecto. It is clear that the legs of the youth in the black shirt disappear or are transparent, suggesting the occurrence of the phases of dimensional shift.
The zoomed photo below (from the original photo at the start) suggests the presence of orange ecto. In my opinion, by looking at the zoomed picture, it is quite noticeable that there is the presence of a transparent figure. Perhaps this orange ecto is the phase of forming into a human figure.
Meanwhile, another zoomed photo below shows bodiless feet. It is also noticeable that the foot at the right most side shows – a barefooted foot. It is clear the feet are solid but being bodiless, this suggests that these feet may belong to spirits.
Meanwhile the zoomed photo below shows a face of a girl with big eyes as well a black figure. This figure may suggest the existence of spirits in human form for I didn’t see this girl at the time I captured this photo. This photo was taken during the full moon in conjunction with the Chinese Lantern Festival.
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