Small Orbs. Discussion Forum: Share Your Paranormal Experience: Small Orbs.
Sean on Tuesday, September 4, 2001 - 07:42 pm:

I heard that you could see orbs with a sony night shot camera, So I took mine to my mom and dads house and set it up to do some recording and I got some small orbs they are probabley marble sized. I would have blown them off as dust but for one there was no air flow at the time of recording, and I have shot about thirty hours of night shot video and have never seen anything like this before, sometimes you could here on the tape like something bumped into the camera and then you would see an orb fly out from behind it but the camera doesnt move like something hit it.
The activity level is way down in the house at the present but at one time it was very active, so what I'm woundering is if the activity level is down would small orbs be what I should expect and if the activity level is up should I expect larger orbs?
If anybody knows or is qaulified to give a theory on this then please feel free to do so.

By Theresa TAPS on Thursday, September 13, 2001 - 11:28 am:

If you would like to learn more about catching orbs on a camera with a night vision screen, I would suggest speaking with Jay and/or Rich of T.A.P.S. (The Atlantic Paranormal Society). I have had the pleasure of seeing them in "action" with their cameras. They can easily point out the difference of what is an orb and what is just dust or bugs.

By Robert stiller on Thursday, November 8, 2001 - 02:32 am:

although I would wager myself, that if you here a thunk like something tapping the mic that could also be a quick electromagnetic flux. EMF coinciding with an orb raises the possibility it was an event. in my opinion.

By Matissa on Friday, June 21, 2002 - 03:43 pm:

Hello Sean, I've read your post and just wanted to add that these orbs are spirits. It shouldn't matter if you see large or smaller ones. If your activity level is low, the spirits (orbs) may just not be as active. If it's high, then you should see different ones. I've seen them myself as well as many different entities.

By Timmy on Sunday, June 23, 2002 - 01:05 am:

Hello i have pics of many ???? Shot with a Fuji digital cam if you want to see them for your self e-mail me with your (info) your e-mail address. Thanks (My e-mail address is)

By JR on Wednesday, June 26, 2002 - 11:26 am:

Just thought I'd throw in my two cents.

When I was oh, say seventeen, a friend and I were standing on an old stone bridge in the woods, when we saw what we first thought to be the light of a lantern coming around a bend in the river.

A lot of people canoe that river in the summer time, and even though it was early fall, we didn't think much of it...

...Until five or six balls of pulsating lights entered the clearing where we stood. They were about the size of baseballs, spinning and floating and changing from blue to red to yellow, etc., as they skimmed across the surface of the river (we both agreed later, that it looked like they were playing).

I remember feeling suddenly cold. I looked over at my friend and saw him standing completely still, looking out at the river. I asked if he saw what I was seeing. He confirmed that we were, in fact, witnessing the same thing. I asked him to point to one of the balls and tell me what color it was. He did so without hesitation.

After a while, the lights slowly withdrew back to where they had come from.

Later, I learned that local folklore has dubbed these things "ghost lights".

I have never seen them again, although I have occasionally seen other inexplicable lights around that same area.

By Shane Farrier on Saturday, January 25, 2003 - 10:46 pm:

A few months ago ago me and my friend were taking pictures at sunset of him doing stunts on his bike and awile later I noticed something strange. at first it was a large ball, probley a refllection. Then 5 minetues ago I saw small dots. The one that one that made me relive most spheres were orbs was a turquoies dot!

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