Below are some of the better images we’ve captured using the ITC Video Water technique designed by Margaret Downey (ITCDeadPeople.com). Each image is an individual frame from a video shot either via a Canon PowerShot A540, or a Sony HandyCam DCR-HC28. If you’d like to know how I capture these images, please view my instructional video found under my Videos page.
This images contains a man’s face, a man’s nose, and at least three dogs, and my black panther animal guide (near the bottom below my finger).
What’s uncanny about this image is the eery resemblance to victims of a horrible hit and run accident that occurred in Carmichael, CA. Below is a picture of the man who latter died, and three of his dogs that were killed by the drunk driver.
Here’s another intriguing image that I call “the shrouded face”:
Here’s a picture of my animal guide, Samsara, that came through pretty clear:
In this image you can see a faint image of a woman in what looks like a 1920s outfit. And below my finger on the right is writing that looks like “Roxie I F .. d”. I captured an EVP years ago in which two spirits are talking:
First Male: “Do you know Roxie?”
Second Male: “I don’t know her.”
I’m hoping this is the spirit’s way of letting me know he finally found Roxie.
Here’s the EVP:
This image may very possibly be the ghostly image of “Rachel”, a young girl that we’ve captured on digital audio via EVP on more than one occasion:
This is another image of Rachel, having turned. It occurred in the frame immediately following the first image.
This image is of a man with goggles on his head, and an airplane in the background:
Ghostly image of a strange animal:
Another strange animal .. looks like maybe a rabbit, puppy or someone’s toy?
Image of a soldier’s shirt (right) and my neighbor’s Cocker Spaniel that died a few years back:
Image of the word “Ed” (center), and what some say looks like Alicia (right):
Image of a woman’s white dress:
Image of my Dad’s dog “Jackie” that died in 2008:
Image of a partial face:
Image of my Grandmother (in negative):
This is our first attempt at finding ITC images in sound. This image was found in the spectrogram of an EVP (please see our EVP to hear it):