So on camera a black vapor thingy or black shadow shows up in different places, every time, even with a photographer. It doesn't matter when or where. My three year old cousin wakes up crying and we ask her why she says a man is calling her to him. This has happened every night... It is like a mist or fog, and it usually displays a swirl effect within a vaporous cloud. It normally appears several feet off the ground and can linger or travel quickly at will. That's what's taken on camera and blessing the house didn't help. My three year old cousin says he is a dark shadow of a man, never sees his face. Please tell me what to do. I am scared. Please tell me everything is going to turn out alright. Has this happened to any of you? I was looking something up and this is what I got for what I described it as:
Ectoplasm, Ecto-mist, vapor, ghostly mist
Appearance & Characteristics: Cloudy vaporous mist
The term was originally used to describe the substance that oozed from spirit mediums during a séance from days gone by. It is now associated and referred to as a mist or fog, and it usually displays a swirl effect within a vaporous cloud. It normally appears several feet off the ground and can linger or travel quickly at will. Its usual colors are gray, white or black but has also been seen and photographed in several other colors. Ecto has been caught on both video & all types of cameras. It's important to note however, that a camera can inadvertently create this effect artificially in cold weather by a person exhaling to close to the lens when taking the picture. The exhaled breath looks similar to ectoplasm but without the swirls. Oh, and we certainly don't want to be smoking during a ghost hunt for obvious reasons.
All locations but most generally spotted outdoors and most particularly at cemeteries, battlefields & historical sites.
Believed by many to be the soul or spirit of those that have passed on from this life. It has been speculated that the spirit will transform to this vaporous state before appearing as a full-bodied apparition.
PS. Please no haunting in Connecticut jokes. It's not funny. Yes I have seen the movie, and no that's not what's going on.