Controversy heightens as Lance Stewart posts another video about paranormal activity in his apartment. There is definitive proof that these videos are fake and isn’t real life events.
The picture above shows how two clips that got split together and left a bottle on the side in half which after a second regains its shape.
Did he use a rope? Yes, he did. Above you will see that his leg has a second shadow which appears to be a line. Again, two videos split together.
Smashed mirror after using the Ouija in the latest video upload by Lance. Convincing, but look closer.
A hole within a hole and no audible glass dropping, legit right? Wrong! If hit with a closed fist there would not be a middle intrusion and would still have glass remaining within the gap. The closest guess I can make right now is that someone shot something at the glass, this would explain the secondary hole within the gap.
Vlogging himself, who is this creature? A cameraman that has never been mentioned by him before. No Chris and no Adin.
No active call, audio was played from another device. iPhones usually display a name or number if in a call on the lock screen.
After the first call, Lance now claims that he gets a call from +1 (666) 666 6666. He used caller id spoofing websites such as calleridfaker.com.
The problem with these videos aren’t the entrainment value, but it is because Lance is falsely claiming that this is happening, and unfortunately his younger demographic audience believes it.
With all the evidence in hand, you will see that his videos are all for entertainment purposes only and are not of any realism.