1. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    This is (in my opinion*) obviously staged, but how do I find the original use of it?


    I haven't watched the videos included in the article, so maybe the above photo is intended as just an artistic interpretation to lead the story and the actual soul image is in the videos.

    *cause you know, just in case.


    Actually, it seems this is the image they're talking about...

    Still, how do I find the top image's original source/creator?


    Whoops, even that one isn't the one... it's from a sauna.

    And all the articles use that picture, so apparently that *is* supposedly the image claimed as his work.

    Or maybe there isn't even any photo, just the claim that he's doing it.
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  2. Boodles

    Boodles Banned Banned

    It says

    Good to know he's been following people who just happen to die violently and unexpectedly. Down alley ways? :)
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  3. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    This is a junk story, just repeated and embellished over and over again on "weird news" type sites that are trying to get traffic. Dates back to at least 2009. The headline seeems to come from ATS

    Which references what might be the original story:

    The sauna thermal imaging photos show up in DavidIcke.com
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  4. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    The first photo is just a stock image by Argentinian photographer Oscar Burriel

    It's part of a series of similar photos by Burriel
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  5. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks - how did you find that? My google skill is poor.
  6. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    Well where's the data? This is big news isn't it?

    So the story 'Russian scientist photographs soul leaving body', doesn't actually have any photos attached to it, just an interview. Disappointed.
  7. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Google was actually no help, I used TinEye:

    Searched for the image, then clicked on "Oldest", three pages of results, the last one (presumably the oldest) with a watermark.

    (actually, the last one was the newest, oh well, sometimes you just have to shake the internet and see what drops out)