Paris Hoax Smoking Gun? Magic Door Behind Bataclan

What you are looking at in the following photo are police going through the scene behind the Bataclan theater, where the bizarre theater escape and the Spider-Woman hanging act took place. Notice the doorway to the left in the tweeted post-attack photo.

Now compare the scene with the grainy “Dealey Plaza 1963” digital animation that was spoon feed to the public. There’s Spider-Woman hanging off the window ledge. But the doorway is missing, somebody screwed up on the job. Look at contrasting floor pad at the escape door. In addition, compare the window sizes and positions with the rather cartoonish-shaped and sized version in the Psenny images.

For full reference, here is the entire Psenny video that was uploaded on LiveLeaks right after the event.

Before anybody gets their undies tied in a bundle, simply go to Google Maps’ Street View feature and see for yourself that as of June 2015, there was a doorway here. And, as the photo at the beginning of this post shows, there was a doorway the day after the “massacre.” Is it missing in the videos? You decide.

Bataclan passage Google street view

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  • Jojoap

    Someone comes out of that door at 10:51, but the door is not there. How come? Could this be made with a green screen?

  • Bob Smith

    This is a disinfo piece for sure. What really should be questioned is the ventilation panel above those two second story windows. So this is a question for advanced truthers, why install a ventilation panel above the windows as opposed to anywhere else along the side of this large building? Secondly and more importantly how far back was that ventilation panel installed. Remember without this panel those two people standing on the ledge of those windows have nothing to hold onto.

  • SchroderEUA

    The photos you are showing are not taken from the exact same spot, thats why it appears that the door is missing, but its there. You can see in the video the angled floor that enters that area, and you see people walk out of the door. Again, one photo is taken further away which make the door appear to be gone from that angle.

  • Paceride

    If it were there before and after, how was it “missing”? Couldn’t just be the LIGHTING now, could it?

  • Greg Morain

    Hello again. I am bringing a few things to the table for people to consider:
    The windows in question, where the giant and “spider girl” are hanging out, are typical in France and measure 80 by 170 centimeters. That’s nearly 3 ft. by over 5 ft., making “King Kong more of a Little Prince. I could duplicate what those in the gif are doing very easily and I am 56 years old. It would have been nothing for spider girl to climb down from one of these windows and rest her feet on the bars of the window below, where she appears at a loss as to what her next move should be. She is stuck there and needs help. On to the “magic door; the door sits in a recess that is deeper than the width of the door itself and as the door swings open we see only the leading edge of the door as the rest is blocked by the recess wall and the drain pipe next to it. These things, combined with poor lighting and a steep angle are what give the opening an awkward appearance, in my view. The door closes automatically, I have no doubt.
    Hope this helps. Take care.

    • Here’s the Google street view of the King Kong, Stick Person and Spider-Woman perches. All I can say is don’t try it at home.
      http://winteractionables.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Capture6.gif

      • Greg Morain

        Hi Russ, I understand that the height is a bit scary. While this would not be much of a stretch for a person who does Parkour for a hobby, after all, these people were, allegedly, fearing for their lives and it stands to reason that they would risk a broken leg or worse to escape gunfire.
        I feel that there is much wrong with the official narrative of this tragedy, but, in my view, not here.

        • The toehold on the right looks fractured and unstable. The wall has loose material or paint, possibly even slick.To me there is no grip on the grate above, but that’s a question. I’ve done some serious Northwest rock climbing in my prime, and was in great shape. No way I could stick to that tiny perch.

          • Greg Morain

            Russ, the” toehold”, which is much larger than you describe, only appears fractured. The image has been spliced by google’s software to make one photo out of two. This is common on street view and you can see that the splice runs through the picture and continues up the side of the building to the rain gutter and down to the base of the barred window below. The window area, being recessed, has more foot room than just the toehold. The window is open leaving even more foot room on the inside. I have done similar feats when working on or near my own windows and what I see in the video is not a big deal. The people in the window space probably (I would) have one arm holding onto something stable like a window frame, though, in a pinch, this would not be necessary and could be mantained for quite a while. One of the guys is clearly hooldong onto something above the window pn the outside. They are probably ready to make the leap should a person with a gun show up. They have made a bad decision, but it may have been the only one they had. Spider girl’s feet are definitely supported by the bars on the window below. I have not visited this theatre, but these windows could be offices, bathrooms, etc, and the people hanging outside them might have had little choice, at least in their minds. Thanks.

          • The fractured point is noted and acceptable. Looking at the Google street view (click to enlarge), I think they had a six inches window recess and another inch on the lip section.
            http://winteractionables.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Bataclan-passage-Google-street-view.jpg

            Seven inches is problematic. Try it on the edge of a step. You will tire quickly. Try it on one foot like Stick Person, you won’t last long at all. I have a step with a wood pillar in my place. I had 8 inches to work with. I am not in great shape but I have plenty of body strength. I wore out within a few minutes and was having a real challenge staying stable.

            Spider Woman: no argument about the foot bars, but she is more than vertical. In fact she would be tilted backwards as her toes are six inches into the barred window recess. The then the ledge lip is protruded out another inch or two. The video shows her holding onto the ledge. To what on the ledge exactly, it is smooth and flat, there are no handles on hand.

          • Greg Morain

            King Kong is just hanging on to something above the window. Stick man is attempting to come to the aid of Spider girl, who is definitely in danger of falling. However, to say that the ledge she is hanging onto is smooth is suggesting something that is not evident. Flat, yes, but these types of ledges are usually made of stone or concrete, sometines painted sometimes done in crepee, a stucco like finish. The surface of ledges like these is normally anything but smooth; more of a sandpaper feel. I have tried hanging on to a similar structure as spider girl’s in my home that actually had a smooth surface, latex paint, and it was no problem; not easy, but I could have stayed a long time if my life depended on it.
            The window recess is deeper than what you suggest. Go back to the street view and move forward a bit until you come to the smaller, barred window on the street, below where king kong is. There is a soda can in the recess that gives reference to the likely depth of the window recesses on this building. They look closer to a foot to me. Going back to the upper windows, they do have safety bars across that are visible in other photos. These are common on buildings in France, though not obligatory. The reason they are not visible from street view is that the ledge is simply blocking them as this photo is taken from too steep an angle for them to show. I am not saying that the girl was using these bars; it appears unlikely that she was. Just saying they are there.
            I don’t mean to be argumentative. It’s just that if someone wanted to attack your claim this is where they would start.
            I hope that what I have pointed out helped. I doubt I will be able to contribute further. Take care,
            Greg

          • Well, we’ve look at the issues, provided people with photos, applied some good give and take debate and explored the angles. Now readers can decide for themselves. I will get the last word in, this whole Bataclan alley scene requires suspending disbelief beyond belief. But thanks for playing sincerely.

          • Greg Morain

            Deal.

  • RJ
    • Oh at last the circus and magik show comes to town.

  • He is a gif of lighting bolt flicker boy coming out of the magic door. The door literally pulsates. This stuff is friggin black magik designed to get people to suspend reality and go into some kind comic book trance state. This is not what the real world looks like.

    http://i.imgur.com/9mNiNcX.gif

    • Paceride

      Can you please explain what it is we are looking at? You are saying there is no door, but someone comes out of a door. So what is the issue? Do you think the person coming out of the door is an animation or something?

      • It is unnatural “filming”. It is an animation complete with cartoonish characters.

  • Good comments, at least we have a lot people looking and shaking their hands about the whole film quality travesty and other implausible weirdness. I think it was an animation and the crime syndicate “artist” got so full of himself with the ridiculousness of the whole scene that he made mistakes, such as not properly earmarking the door. Yes he did sort of get the ground indention and his ghostly melting “flicker boy” man at 1:20, but then missed the mark, namely a large door. The idea he was using late 20th Century Kodak is a real stretch. But I remember family films from the 1960s being far superior to this. I simply refuse to accept that modern cell phone take such trash quality. The bottom line is that this is effectively a cartoon and a farce.

    • Paceride

      But the door is there, you show it yourself.

  • aguestz

    Perhaps in relatively poor light (and at such an angle) it is difficult to discern the outline of the door — which appears to be the same color as the building — when it is closed.

  • Mudhole

    I watched that entire video, slowly, and counted approximately 50 people who exited
    the theater. Where are the other 1,350? The theater is in the middle of the block, so there are no side exits- just front and rear.
    The real smoking gun is the ‘death photo’ taken inside the theater, which shows a stage devoid of musical instruments and sound gear. Grab your drum set and run away when the AKs begin to bark? The seats are pristine, no coats, jackets, purses, zip, nada. Put on your jacket and grab your purse while being sprayed with bullets? Probably not.
    As it rains most days in Paris this time of year, and most French do not own cars, but must walk, ride motorscooters or walk down to the Metro station to get home,and thus would have jackets or sweaters with them, this photo is all the evidence required to prove the existence of a hoax. Temperature at showtime? 49 degrees F.

    • Yes EXCELLENT point and the whereabouts of all those people is the second major smoking gun. Where is the imagery of hundreds of people at the back and rear exits, or even on the nearby streets? Ghosts and phantoms here too apparently.

      • Mudhole

        Russ, the photo I referred to in my previous post is on the Daily Mail web site from 4 days ago. One look at that photo affirms that the operation was a hoax. No doubts, no worries, no arguments. I can’t link to it because I’m a computard, but take a look and tell me if you think there was a concert there that night.

        • Thor
          • Paceride

            Are you talking about the blood smears where people were dragged across the floor?

          • Greenbean950

            There should be piles of bodies if the attackers used AKs. Especially from the edge of the crowd in the direction of the firing. Those rounds would pass through people and cause mass carnage.

      • Mitch

        And all !!!! lights are burning and OOH unfortunatly the one above the door , the most important light is coincidently NOT burning.

    • Thor

      In the photo you are referring to the stage is off camera right- *you cannot see the stage*. The photo shows the front of the theater with the sound board at the back of the dance floor.

      Of course, the Bataclan had a coat check and thats where a lot of the coats were and indeed where some people hid. That being said , the photos shows lots of purses and clothes strewn about.

      There are only seats upstairs- so unless the shooters were shooting at people in the balcony, you would expect them to be “pristine”. The shooters walked in to the club at the back of the dance floor and started shooting into the crowd.

      So, if you are basing your belief that ” this photo is all the evidence required to prove the existence of a hoax.” on a false interpretation of the photo…that would suggest your belief is highly suspect. just sayin.

    • Paceride

      No, the stage area is not shown in the photo.
      I do not carry a purse into a concert. Just something else to hold onto.
      Maybe their grabbed their jacket. People have been known to grab things exiting a burning house.
      The other people exited another door. Obviously. Or exited before the filming started or after it ended. I’m sure there were people hiding also.

  • Håkon Elessar-Jankov

    Photo with a crude outline of the doorway.

  • Håkon Elessar-Jankov

    Sorry, but you can see the doorway. Grabbed a portion of the video frame from the video, enhanced it a little bit, voila the doorway can be clearly seen. T’s difficult to see because of the low light of the video. The bigger doorway has a contrasting gray paint on the sides, while the smaller doorway used the same color paint as the outside walls, making it hard to see in the video. http://imgur.com/CivfWgs

    • What is this the first photograph ever taken of a human in human history? Perhaps no coincidence that that was taken in France also. It is actually better quality.

      https://i.ytimg.com/vi/o2T3I9VfmLo/maxresdefault.jpg

      • Håkon Elessar-Jankov

        Yes, taken during the day with a 7 minute exposure. This is why you see more detail than a video taken in low light. The video may have also gone through some compression before being posted, further degrading the quality.

      • Paceride

        My phone takes pretty grainy video at night. Or when I zoom in. And I have a Note 5.

  • Malcolm Tucker

    For fuck’s sake you idiots, it’s just a trick of the light. A bloke walks out of the missing door at 1 minute 20 and you can clearly see the shadow of the doorway. Haven’t you got water fluoridation or the moon landings to be getting your knickers in a twist about?

  • mikeginn

    Russ, thanks for welcoming all sides to comment here. I think we regardelss of personal opinion are doing a good job not calling names, intimidating, etc. Useful and why I keep coming back.

    • Boo bear

      Agreed! I love being able to have open discussions without either side immediately calling “shill” or “loon.” This is how we get things accomplished for the better.

  • Boo bear

    You can see that the doorway is there. Look at the line from the building to the sidewalk and you will see the indention go in, just like in the google maps photo. The angle of this photo was taken further to the left of the door, so it is obstructed slightly, but it is there.

    • To suspend disbelief on this one, you need to answer why a reporter is using a camera that can’t even pick a fairly large object like a door? Here is what an older generation 2012 cell phone camera looks like at night, quite good photography. What is he using for this hoax, 1861 tinplate?

      More likely is that you can’t believe your lying eyes THAT THERE IS NO DOOR THERE and they screwed this one up.

      • Boo bear

        I work with video all day every day. (I’m a professional video editor) I have the iPhone 6, which has arguably one of the best cameras. There is no making up for lack of light. Any dark spot is going to have “noise” in it when the gain is upped that high…even professional cameras. Also, being in the industry, I can tell you that we are all underpaid, and most of us still have older generation phones.

        Also, the reporter’s video is not really much different than the example you showed. Keep in mind that the alley is darker than a street, and the lighting is more yellowish.

        And, probably most importantly, we have no idea how the footage was uploaded. It has potentially been converted at least once, but maybe several times which would automatically lower the quality significantly. I know if you email a video directly from an iPhone, for example, the iPhone converts it without notice and it is about 1/2 quality. The video must be downloaded onto your own, personal computer that is linked to your Apple account, and then sent to be full quality. My guess is this guy sent the video to the press as quickly as possible, directly from his phone, and then it was converted by live leak and various news sources on top of that.

        I do completely appreciate looking at it from both ways, though, so thanks for your input. (Note that this is not an attack on your perception by any means, but I know the internet can come across harsh since we cannot hear each other’s tone ha!) I just think that there is no reason for there to be an indentation in the sidewalk where the door goes if there is no door there. Also, they would not edit a guy in to come out of the door. You can see the doorway illuminate when the guy walks out of that doorway at around 1:20. It’s clearly a side door with an entry way. Point being, I believe this was a false flag rather than a hoax. I believe real people were hurt and killed, and I believe the Bataclan was really shot to bits. Who was really behind it and why is the real question…

        • Torchy

          Boo,

          I shot professionally for many years and appreciate your comments about starving pros lacking proper equipment, low light, duplication issues, etc. I can concede that maybe the clip was altered for low exposure and in bumping it up they lost the mid tones that would allow for normal shadows. Maybe this combined with the angle created the fluke of an optical illusion. I even lean toward your conclusion about a false flag. However, there are many oddities about this scene besides the magic door.

          But first, I must say that journalists in Europe make more money than in the US. This is a sad and simple fact. They use real equipment. I don’t find it plausible that his equipment was so poor that he can’t even pick up a doorway directly across from him in a lit ally, even if dimly so. You don’t need an iPhone 6. My 4 mp LG did fine though grainy in a tester shot.

          Curious to me is how this journalist — within mere moments of the shooting — got access to at about the third floor across the ally? I checked it out on Maps, and like most ally entries in Europe, doors are locked and upper levels are residential. A lucky coincidence for this fellow? Perhaps.

          But what really boggles me is how this woman clung for so long to a flat window ledge with nothing but her fingertips. A couple times she releases her left hand and dangles with her right. Now, if those were monkey bars, okay. But a flat window ledge? Really? If you’ve ever watched professional rock and wall climbers, you can really appreciate the strength and training it would take to do this.

          Just my thoughts, for whatever their worth.

          • Boo bear

            Yes I did think it was odd how she could hang there. I can’t tell, but it looks like there may be bars on the lower window that she is able to stand on a bit.

            And the one other thing that struck me as odd, (though not as odd) was that the reporter shot the entire thing vertically. That is one thing as a videographer that I would never do even by accident…though, we can assume perhaps that he is just a writer rather than a photographer or videographer, so that mistake could easily be explained.

          • Boo bear

            Upon further investigation, it does appear there are bars on the lower window (can see them clearly in daylight photo) and if you re-watch the video, you can see she always has at least one foot on the bars. She is trying to push herself up from the bars but is not able to.

          • Paceride

            Why not shoot vertically, it’s an alley. Shooting horizontally he’d have lost the top and bottom view, and be photographing the side of the building.

          • Boo bear

            Because every videographer and photographer knows that vertical video is not as effective as horizontal video. You would still have captured the top and bottom of the alley being as far away as he was, but you also would have had the entire sides in view as well. And the *action* was running side to side, so that was the most important thing to capture. The hanging lady was also important, but she was stationary for most of it, so wouldn’t have escaped from view as easily as people running and dragging bodies.

            Also, video screens and devices are made for 16:9 size and therefore, it cannot get full size when you shoot vertically. Can’t believe this is still even an argument in 2015 when widescreen video has been available to the public for over 10 years.

          • Torchy

            But Boo, it wasn’t shot it vertical. Look at the blurred bars on each side of the video. They’re deliberately not showing us half the picture (1/4 right, 1/4 left). So then the question becomes why? What’s being hidden?

          • Boo bear

            No. Editors add the blurred sides so it’s not just plain black. I am a video editor for various TV networks, and have to do this in almost every episode I edit when there is “personal footage” to include. We cannot show “ugly” vertical footage on any reputable network or tv show or documentary. It’s just unacceptable in the industry. Therefore, we simply duplicate the video track, blow up the size of the video below the main video, and add a gaussian blur effect to the under layer and viola…a *slightly* less ugly vertical video ready for television. Let me know if this is not clear…I do this every single day for a living, so I would be happy to elaborate 🙂

          • Torchy

            Wow, that sounds really … unethical … in terms of photojournalism. But I know TV takes a lot of liberties. Thanks for the insight though.

          • Boo bear

            How is it unethical to add a blurred background? We don’t change the size of the video in any way shape or form…you must not understand what I meant. In video editing, you have “layers” of video. Think about it…a “normal” vertical video is not sized for television, so there are black bars on the side. All we do is add a blurry background so there aren’t just plain black bars on the side. The actual video content and size remains the same. It just has a “pretty” background now rather than a plain black frame. Make sense? Nothing “unethical” whatsoever.

          • Torchy

            It’s misleading, though it sounds like that’s unintentional. It appears that there’s more going on in the scene than there is, things that are not being shown. As a hard and fast rule, print/still news photogs don’t alter because it’s unethical. Judgments like “pretty” or “ugly” don’t factor into hard news. It’s info-based, not entertainment-based. But this view is probably way too old school for today’s generation. And I can a appreciate broadcast news has more challenges than print in terms of visual engagement. Again, thanks for explanation.

          • Boo bear

            Gotcha. Yeah I agree it would be unethical if we altered the actual video (even simply enhancing it or brightening it without explanation) but I guess I just assumed everyone realized that the blurred sides were just background rather than the actual video. We shouldn’t assume that, though, it’s just difficult not to since we work with video all the time. Now I understand what you are saying, though. Just think of it sort of like a news broadcast that shows a photo with a bright blue graphics background that says “breaking news” all over it. That’s kind of the same type of thing.

          • Torchy

            Headlines and banners are not the same as duplicated video. I’m sorry. It’s just not. If this were a video of kittens playing with yarn and it needed something more going on the frame, I could understand using this technique to make the video prettier and more engaging. However, this terror scene already has a ton of crap going on in it. It doesn’t need more busy, blurred footage on the sides distracting the viewer. It’s hard, breaking news. Let it be for God’s sake. Okay, I’ve said my peace. I’m off to typeset newspages and be old timey. 😉

          • I go further than Torchy. This is not Hollywood, these vertical film cut offs are not just unethical they are criminal. Here is an even better example, what possible need or reason would there be to censure or remove the visual range of this particular video? They do this all the time.

          • Boo bear

            Hey Russ…you do realize that absolutely NO altering is done to the footage, correct? This is an effect of amateur citizens shooting videos with their phones turned vertically. There’s not some evil criminal editor cutting the sides off of videos. This is what happens when scared witnesses with no film background whatsoever pull out their phones. TV and video screens are 16:9 and 4:3. Vertical cell phone footage is not. Therefore, there will be black bars on the sides. There is no clipping of anything. In fact, the opposite. If someone corrected the sizing and made the video fit entirely into the screen as it seems you want, then THAT would be clipping. If the black bars bother you, then spread the word for people to stop shooting things vertically. Turn your phones sideways. There’s no way to not have black bars as that is just how your phone shoots in vertical position. Please, please do some more research on this. If we ever want to make a difference then we need to stop accusing people of being criminals for literally doing absolutely nothing. It makes us conspiracy folk look ignorant to the most basic of things around us. I understand your concern but you have to know that video with black bars is not created by editors. It is an effect of shooting a video on a cell phone in the wrong ratio. Most average humans don’t know to turn their phones around. Please watch the link I sent about vertical videos. I get that Torchy doesn’t like when news agencies “fill in the black” sides, but that is a mere personal taste. He would prefer the sides remain black. That is not criminal or unethical in my opinion, and I think it boils down to simply a matter of taste. hope this is making sense. If you are still finding this criminal, then you still probably don’t understand what I am explaining so please please do more research on “vertical video.”

          • If these camera were new on the market I could accept such an explanation. But people haven’t just fallen off the cabbage truck with these. They take endless selfies, and I can’t believe how overused these devices are. I don’t recall ever seeing vertical photos on the endless Facebook pages. No, 99% know how to use cell phone cameras, sorry.

          • Boo bear

            Nope. You are wrong there. I’m a 30 year old tech geek and as I said work with video. Any time my friends post videos to FB (and they are all 30 or under and perfectly capable of knowing technology) they shoot vertically. It is second nature to hold your phone vertically while shooting. It just is. Hell. I even catch myself doing it time to time initially then turning it. But again, I work in video so of course I notice it. Other people don’t. I urge you to do more research on the topic. There are many jokes and spoofs about this out there because it truly is an “epidemic” of video haha. Credibility is key in conspiracy theories, so it would be in your favor to try to understand what is going on here rather than refuse. Honestly. Even the college kids I used to teach still shoot in vertical video and they are in college having grown up with cell phones and technology. Again, it’s just not second nature to turn your phone sideways to shoot. It just isn’t.

          • I was brought up with normal cameras, so a vertical shoot is counter-intuitive. Advantages to being a dinosaur after-all apparently.

          • Boo bear

            Haha yes. It is certainly a modern dillema with cell phone usage since we hold our phones vertically for every other function of the phone.

          • Boo bear

            Oh and sorry but photos do not have the same vertical problem. Photos are adaptable to their media platform. There is no set photo size or photo viewing. That is why photos are not cropped like that on Facebook. Videos platforms such as televisions and YouTube screens are a set size. That is why there is black “fill in” video. Please please please please watch the video link I sent. Please. Research.

          • Boo bear

            This is what a “video timeline” looks like. Note how there are various layers of clips and audio files. This is for a tv show, so of course there are TONS of layers. The video featured above would only have 2 layers total. Just the regular video, and the blurred pretty background image on the “track” below. Hope this clarifies visually for you that it is in no way altering the actual video footage. Just adding a background, similar to how your mom would add a colorful striped piece of paper under a photo in her scrapbook…

          • Boo bear

            To lighten the mood a bit, check out this better explanation 🙂

          • SchroderEUA

            I agree, I normally hate vertical videos, but in this case its perfect for the situation.

          • mikeginn

            Yes, this puzzled me at first. there was no way she could hold on by fingertips for 5+ minutes. on about the fifth viewing of this I saw that she had gotten her feet on the shades (or whatever the right name for them is) and at one point even moves to her right moving both her feet and hands. this is when I noticed her feet were on the window slats (or whatever the name for them is). Furthermore, I saw the guy begin to help her up. She tweeted later asking to find him to thank him, and she quickly did she reports although both too upset/emotional to talk to press right away. I will consider all kind of false flag theories but at this point, five days after the event I believe that real people were killed and hurt.

          • mikeginn

            btw, she is pregnant and her child will have an amazing story to at some point know and appreciate

          • mikeginn

            ok, now looking at the day pictures I can see they are bars just like the ones in the bottom of the window she is holding onto.

          • Torchy

            She’s clearly not holding onto bars, but at least one of her feet appears to be perched on window bar below her. Good heavens, what a weird predicament to find oneself.

          • Paceride

            “But what really boggles me is how this woman clung for so long to a flat window ledge with nothing but her fingertips. A couple times she releases her left hand and dangles with her right. ”

            Of course by now you KNOW that she was not DANGLING she was standing on the window bar.

  • mikeginn

    I can see the doorway, and the window above it behind the street lamp. Both do not have direct light as they do during the day and so are difficult to see. Clearly at 1:20 you see the door open and someone leave and during this moment light from inside clearly illuminates the opening in question. Just saying what I see. If this were an animated cartoon, why woud they have someone run out of a door that they forgot to account for?

  • natural organic human

    At the 1:20 mark in the video a person appears to literally walk through the wall where the missing door should be.

    • Yes kind of a bizarre ghost shadow figure, very flickering. You can do about anything with cartoon animations.