karmacae, on 30 March 2019 - 07:56 AM, said:
It is a video of a video, I couldn't figure out how to record to a DVD or jump drive, so I used my phone to record the monitor.
I'm kinda Leary on a reflection because it comes in at an angle, and moves closer to the door. It starts on one side of the sidewalk and moves closer to the building.
I would suspect there is a parking lot outside the doors and a random reflection caused by a moving car would not be that odd especially considering the obvious intensity of the sun that day. The ideal way for investigation in these cases is to try to recreate it yourself. Although chrome isn't nearly as prevalent in vehicles reflective surfaces from mirrors or windows can be a logical explanation.
If the video is made from a video, there will be a loss in clarity and detail which makes it tougher to identify the origin.
Critical investigation is to rule out the natural causes first and recreate the event whenever possible. Once you are left with all exhausted then it's fine to speculate that the source maybe "the unknown" but words from the late great Carl Sagan should be appreciated, ""Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence
To limit us from further speculation, why don't you take some pictures outside the doors to give us an idea of the surrounding area.
Edited by EVP, 30 March 2019 - 04:06 PM.