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Last updated 10/23/2016 Welcome to CPRS's new section called video clips. In this section you'll get a chance to see some of our captured evidence from past investigations as well as current. The clips that you see here were captured by CPRS infrared cameras and are original. Some clips may have been edited to remove foul language or names of our clients.

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MiniDVR-Bethel, CT 2011- "Mysterious light Anomaly - This video clip was captured by our Infrared MiniDVR Motion Sensor that was placed in the home owner's bedroom. The device work like a normal motion sensor and is triggered by movement with the difference being that it can record video and audio or take photographs depending on how you want to use it. In this clip motion by one of our investigators has triggered the device, but if you look closely, there is a strange light anomaly that comes into the picture from the right to the end of the bed and then changes direction upwards. This is not dust as dust has different appearance and movement characteristics. This light anomaly could not be reproduced or explained.
 
   
Light Anomaly - New Milford, CT-2010 - This video clip was captured by one of our static IR cameras at a private residence in New Milford CT. CPRS founder, Orlando Ferrante is sitting on a bed in a bedroom where the majority of paranormal events occur and is conducting an EVP session when a mysterious light anomaly suddenly appears and then quickly disappears to the right of the screen. This is not dust or a bug.

 

Light Anomaly 2 - New Milford, CT-2010 - This video clip was captured by one of our static IR cameras at a private residence in New Milford CT. CPRS founder, Orlando Ferrante's wife; Donna is standing to the right of the screen and is describing a cold spot that she had just felt. Notice the tiny light anomaly that suddenly appears almost on top of the dresser to the left and then shoot upwards and to the right at a high rate of speed. This is not a bug or laser beam. It also is not the IR beam from our thermal equipment as we tried to recreate and failed.
   
 
Camera Falls Backwards - Masonic Lodge, Naugatuck CT 2010 A Static camera falls backwards by itself with no explanation as to how it happened. We tried to recreate the event and could not debunk or logically explain how this occurred. Nobody was near the camera at the time and the way that it falls backwards was as if someone pulled the power cord to the camera backwards.
 
 
35 Minutes Before Camera Falls Backwards - Masonic Lodge, Naugatuck CT 2010 This video evidence shows that something is moving our static IR camera about 35 minutes before it falls backwards. Nobody is near this camera and it is sitting on a flat surface with no balance issues what so ever. Investigator Melissa DeSanto is sitting about 20 feet off to the left and said that nobody touched the camera at all. Investigator Rich Butler is about 30 feet off to the left and nowhere near the camera. Orlando and Joe are seen in the background examining the cameras when this occurs.
   
Egg-Shaped Light Anomaly - Masonic Lodge, Naugatuck CT 2010 Very fast moving egg-shaped light anomaly moves from left to right in a very hot room with no air flow what so ever. This is not a bug and is not a piece of dust. It was a hot August night, and all windows and doors were closed to the lodge and air conditioning and ceiling fans were all turned off. The temperature of the room measured at 86 degrees.
 
 
Incoming Light Anomaly - Masonic Lodge, Naugatuck CT 2010 Light anomaly floats in towards the static IR camera. This is not a bug or dust. The room was measured at 86 degrees and all ceiling fans and air conditioners were turned off. The air was very stagnant with no air movement at all.
   
Incoming Light Anomaly 2 - Masonic Lodge, Naugatuck CT 2010 Another light anomaly floating inwards towards the static IR camera. This is not a bug or dust. The room was measured at 86 degrees and all ceiling fans and air conditioners were turned off. The air was very stagnant with no air movement at all.
 
 
Light Anomalies Best - Masonic Lodge, Naugatuck CT 2010 The light anomaly you are about to see was first thought to be a laser, or IR reflection from one of our temperature meters. But after carefully trying to recreate, we were not able to replicate this mysterious light with any piece of our IR equipment. This is not a bug, or dust. There are no windows into the lodge so this rules out any sources of light from the outside. The room was very hot and measured at 86 degrees. All ceiling fans were turned off, as well as air conditioners in the adjacent rooms. This was stagnant air with no air movement what so ever.
   

 

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