She seemed very frightened. Her eye and head movements were childlike, exaggerated; her expressions were infantile and she seemed barely cognizent of the questioning process. She had short cropped hair, badly done, as if no one had wanted to bother. She was crying at times, shaking, and recoiled from what appeared to be many people in the room.
At one point the questioning must have become too much for her: she started an intermittent convulsing, almost like powerful hiccups, and her face became abnormally swollen. Suddenly her cheeks puffed out, as if she were going to vomit, and the camera jerked slightly, then refocused. And then…her lips parted explosively, and a great force was unleashed into the room. Particles of moisture from her mouth froze instantly in the air, little bits of white light started zinging around her face, then upwards, and the bits of sweat in her hair and around her scalp turned to ice, making for her a little halo, glowing in the bright light of the room.
There was a high pitched noise, growing louder, and as it reached a painful intensity someone turned the camera with clumsy desperation to the other side of the room. The techs and students were recoiling in horror from a glowing white apparition in the corner; it floated about three feet off the ground, and was beautiful, radiant. There were no wings but there was no face, either. Something was too much for the camera and it instantly burned out.