There are many reasons to question the validity of video, such as the Patterson-Gimlin ‘Bigfoot’ film, which was captured on October 20, 1967. Exploration into this legendary film continues to intrigue just as many new enthusiasts as it did during its initial release. Whenever any new research organization attempts to establish itself as credible in the business world of paranormal research, it is imperative it does so immediately and in a grandly significant way in order to be noticed. A great headline guaranteed to grab the reader’s attention is just as important to any organization’s success.
Well, that is exactly what ‘Orlando Haunted Places’ has done by taking on some of the world’s most controversial mysteries of the world simply by challenging many mainstream theorists with hard hitting never-before-seen evidence. Expanding their research well beyond what is considered the norm is what seems to be setting this group apart from those who have preceded them, including those cynics who stand in opposition of the organization’s findings. Recently, this same group has released a ten-minute video, which is sure to set the paranormal world as well as Egyptologist aflame, as this controversial video will likely lift a little more than just an eyebrow or two.
While the current doom and gloom chatter that 2012 has been evoking, it will continue to reach climactic levels as the year progresses. Depending on what one believes, supernatural lore has been fostering the transformative powers of social media, as well as the common, everyday physical realm of modern man in relation to the paranormal by simply questioning traditional religion as it relates to the eventuality of mortal death. It should be no surprise that many find themselves at this point in time on a sort of spiritual quest. Hence, the fascination with legendary creatures, such as ‘Bigfoot’, and unsolved mysteries like the ‘Sphinx’ come as no surprise, since curiosities with paranormal phenomena and the unknown in regards to existence easily go hand in hand.
The highly contentious images and theories shared in the ten-minute OHP video entitled, ‘Illusion of the Mind’, is sure to ignite a firestorm of controversial attitudes concerning the topic of human existence. People will either be for and against this highly sensitive subject matter. The aforesaid video cuts to the very core of human existence and often leaves viewers asking themselves, “Is it real?”
When that question was proposed to Orlando Haunted Places staff members, they consistently replied, ‘Belief is in the heart and mind of the beholder.’ The video’s images can only be considered bizarre at most. The scenes captured on video revealed, while not authentically otherworldly, an eerie concerto of spine-tingling music, which repeatedly echoed mundanely in the background. This video offers what the title suggests. It is a true illusion of the mind as the video attempts to answer the pleading question. Has the true face of the Sphinx finally been discovered after 9000-years?