|A burst of demonic flame wraps around a door just above the knob|
NOTE | I had to completely pretend nothing happened because I was helping a friend (Long) clean his housekeeping customer's house, and I didn't want to mess up his business. Look at my poker face in the video; that means I'm getting way too used to this kind of stuff.In the following video, the far door has some sort of energy wrapping around it near the doorknob at the following time indices: 0:00; 0:19; 0:29; 0:34; 0:51; 0:53; 0:58; 1:05; 1:25; and 2:07:
A lot happened that day and at that place, obviously—much of which I saw (or felt)—but, this I didn't see and can't explain. It is obviously not normal though. Pixelation in the shape of a funny-looking demon can sort of be seen at the beginning near the door knob, probably indicating a demon of some kind.
COMING SOON | SCIENCE | Do demons bleed?If the things wrapping around the edge of the door were black—and reached all the way to where I was—I would immediately assume that they were tongue demons, which are forked tongues that are living, breathing demons that are so gentle and hypoallergenic that they can touch your eyeball without pain with the tips of themselves from over 50 yards away. I have videos of those, which are forthcoming.
NOTE | Tongues demons are shoestring-thin and lightning fast, so they don't show up well on crappy camera equipment; I've been holding off on releasing videos showing them until I've built up enough credibility with videos where there's obviously something going on before I ask people to take a leap of faith and believe that the quick, jagged black lines in a poorly made video are demons in the shape of yards-long tongues.Touching your eyeballs is also how they warn you back, too; they will poke your eyes (not hard—but you get their drift real quick) when you are walking in a direction they do not want you to. That would generally be where their host demons (they like to live inside a demon's mouth, if not a hole in the wall) are posted up, and don't want to be bothered.