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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Dr. Murray, Streetwalker captured video of Dr. Murray pushing his child in a stroller on 9/20.

Interesting note: Someone on the street shouts, "We were just in a movie!" at approximately the 54 second mark, as Dr. Murray walks on by.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

"Michael Jackson: The Experience" Nintendo DS Gameplay Revealed

Below is a preview of Nintendo DS gameplay for "Michael Jackson: The Experience"

Thanks to

Sunday, September 12, 2010


A recap in 9min 39 sec. :)

Note: Occassionally YouTube will add another second and list it at 9:40 seconds.. :/ )

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Man In The Bubble?

In previous posts we have examined the Sony "make.believe" marketing campaign, and a few of you have created videos analyzing the various advertisements.  Some have noticed items of interest in the below video - the rabbit, the apples, the ball that is similar to "Light Man's" ball, and the sword movement which was similar to what was seen in a leaked video of Blanket.  All of these can be deemed "coincidences" (one of the most frequently used words on this site I believe...:) ).

But a SeeingClues blog reader ("TWK") discovered something new about the above video that no one else has picked up on.   Near the end of the video is a series of bubbles which contain quickly mutating images.
An especially interesting image was caught at approximately the 2:26 (interesting time) mark of the video.
I captured a screen shot and there is an image in a bubble which resembles a reverse image of the Thriller album cover.  The image changes very quickly, so here is what I was able to capture:

Here is a closer look:

Trick of the eye?  Optical llusion?  Subliminal marketing?

But if the concept of the "man in the bubble" sounds far-fetched, consider this. In the Jackson's 1980 video for "Can You Feel It", the use of bubbles and images in the bubbles were part of the special effects.

Stopping the screen at the 4:51 mark shows this image:

Can you see it? :)