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100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck (2012)

 -  Horror  -  24 July 2012 (USA)
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In 2010, paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck's ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims' families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.

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Uncredited cast:
Steve Bencich ...
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Dave (uncredited)
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Sarah (uncredited)
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Earl (uncredited)
Mike Holley ...
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Jen (uncredited)
Adam LaFramboise ...
Adam (uncredited)
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David Lindmark ...
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Jackie (uncredited)
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Speck (uncredited)
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In 2010, paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck's ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims' families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.

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45 years after the massacre, paranormal investigators search for America's most notorious mass murderer.

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Reply to "Silouhette Noticed" review posted 6/4/2013
26 December 2013 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Re: "Silouhette Noticed" review posted on June 4, 2013-- Below is the original review quoted--

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"While watching this flick with some family members we noticed something interesting at 56 minutes into the movie. Was the point when one of the cast members went to get the remote control car. On the right hand side of the screen a shadowed silhouette of what looks like a man hanging appears out of nowhere. Just something I have not found mentioned on the web so far."

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This is the only place I, too have seen that this specific discussion, re: silouhette, absolutely does appear at the 56:12 minute mark and is clearly visible for the following 10+seconds until the 56:23 minute mark.. This silouhette is so well defined that you can actually see the "hanging man silouhette" actually move, as in appearing to turn just like how a body would do while suspended, hanging from a rope, and suspended up in the air, unable to touch the ground, yet fully able to freely spin/turn when left suspended in a hangman's position.

For more than 10 full seconds this silouhette of what very much appears to be of a body, hung from a noose type rope around their neck.. The silouhette initially appears very unremarkable and even hard to spot..but within the first two seconds the silhouette quickly becomes very dark in color/contrast and becomes near impossible to miss its being there for more than 10 full seconds of the scene beginning at MM 56:12.. As it darkens becoming much more clear and apparent..it also begins to actually move the exact way one sees when observing a body hung from a noose around the neck, while suspended in mid air unable to touch the ground.. Slightly turning and making even more apparent that the silhouette is there and in a hangman's position with the person hanging's legs very much being noticeable, and even the slight, to good bit of clarity, that the legs are well defined and are dangling apart from each other..

And just to be clear on what scene this silouhette can be clearly seen.. Its the scene that begins, straight up on the 56:00min mark when cameraman, Jim enters into the eating room(the area which very much appeared to serve as the team's base camp) and Jim retrieves the remote camera equipment named, Clyde, to send it into the crawl space above the ceiling to look for Adam's body.. This scene 56:00-56:23 is filmed from the POV of it being an immobile, stationary surveillance cam covering this specific angle of base camp/the area in which they had eaten moments earlier in the movie...

By 56:12-14 the silhouette is remarkably clear and very apparent.. It seems to almost appear from nowhere at 56:12 and only becomes just that much more clear and well defined within 10+seconds of this scene..

Would love to hear others thoughts on this observation from around the 56:00minute mark, and continuing to the 56:23minute mark of the film, "100th Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck"


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