On one previous occasion, I heard footsteps in the auditorium. The only other person in the building at the time was standing next to me.
I asked her, "Did you hear footsteps?"
She replied, "Yes."
Then we both walked to the other side of the building.
I have heard stories about 'activity' in the school. I admit that I am somewhat skeptical of these things -- thinking maybe there is something to it -- but usually there is a good explanation of the noise, light, etc. The sound of the footsteps made me think the stories of the school were true. The shots I took on January 13 reinforce this feeling.
Usually I don't give out boring details like shutter speed, fstop, etc. but in the spirit of openness and to show how identical these images should have been - here it is: 25 sec. exposure, f5.6, ISO 160, focal length of my lens 17mm -- for both images.
This image was shot at 1:36:15pm:
This image was shot at 1:37:28pm:
It appears a little bit brighter -- but the big difference is the streak of light across the middle of the frame.
I printed this today and framed it for a show at A Novel Experience in Zebulon, Georgia; The Ghost Show. This show will be up at the end of October and the reception is November 2, 6:30pm. Come see the "Schoolroom Specter" in person.