Linzi also said that she always feels emotional when visiting the Huskar Pit memorial, from which she only lives 10 minutes away, and that she and Lee have picked up some “interesting” electromagnetic field readings while attempting to communicate with spirits at the site.
Reactions to the video have been mixed, with some viewers expressing their belief that the ghostly “little girl” could be authentically paranormal, while others insist that the only thing caught on camera was pareidolia caused by sunlight reflecting off of a tree trunk.
The Singular Fortean Society’s photo and video analyst, Emily Wayland, thought that a technical glitch might be at least partially to blame.
“Something weird is happening with the camera in this,” she said. “The figure stays motionless in line with the tree the whole time. As you get later in the video, there’s a weird pixelation that could be due to compression from being shared to social media or something to do with the frame rate as it’s being streamed. Maybe sunlight reflecting off of foliage is contributing to it, but something technological appears to be happening. Sometimes, pixelation can happen in a specific area when the camera is trying to make sense of what’s there.”
But, she added, she would need to have more information, such as the camera being used and the type of internet connection, to make a more definitive assessment.