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Founded in 1991, our society consists of a
team of active reporters and field investigators who
factually gather, study and disseminate evidence relating to Earth Mysteries, (e.g. Ley Lines, Terrestrial Energies and Ancient Site Anomalies), Strange Aerial Happenings, (e.g. Unidentified Flying Objects or UFOs), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic Phenomena).


Above: Crop of mystery image; family cat and unknown figure

Anomalous, Spirit-Type Figure Capture in Swindon, Wiltshire, 2012 or 13
Submitted by BEAMS Investigator Julie Goring

Description: "This picture was taken some years ago, (2012 or 2013) by my daughter in her garden in Wiltshire, UK: She was photographing their family cat; the brown figure behind it is a complete mystery, and only showed up on the one photo; the next shot taken straight after, same spot, didn't show anything unusual." End.

Head/face detail
Above: Cropped and brightened
detail of figures head/face.

BEAMS analysis: As seasoned researchers we have had a good deal of experience in the analysis of unexplained imagery; and there is little doubt in our minds that the above case photo is genuine, and shows an unintentional capture of something which we cannot normally see with the naked eye; probably an incorporeal form which varies in it's vibration/frequency to anything in our physical plane of existence.

As the result of having studied so much evidence of this nature, we can verify that the countenance of such figures can often appear somewhat 'alien' to our earthly eyes; perhaps distorted, gnarled, out of proportion and/or even with animal-like features; we think that this particular example from the Swindon report, looks a bit like a bear.

The label that investigators tend to put on this type of image is usually 'ghost', 'spirit' or 'phantom', yet that is only guesswork, as we have no idea whether these things are anything to do with the dead: So, for reference purposes here, let's call them 'entities'.

Unsurprisingly, these photographed entities often have a most unusual aspect about their facial features; which can be so extreme, (as with the above image) that those of a religious persuasion might even refer to them as 'demonic'; but why jump to such a conclusion? who is to say exactly how a 'demon' should look anyway? 

On the flip side of the debate, the same can said of 'angels'; maybe the Biblical artists who have for centuries portrayed angelic beings in their customary Utopian manner, with wings and/or playing a harp, have got it all wrong; maybe the figure under discussion here is in fact an angel! who knows?

Just because a supernatural phenomenon fails to meet our romantic preconceptions/expectations  in its appearance, does not automatically mean it is something diabolical.

Using the same religious parlance, be they 'angels' or 'demons', they are surely all 'God's creations' in his 'house of many mansions' (or dimensions)... and for us here at BEAMS, they serve to further our understanding about what exists at various levels of the paranormal.