Paul Walker ‘Still Alive’ Video Legitimate
There are definitely live people who are either in or next to Paul Walker’s car as it just begins to be set on fire. It is not a real fire, though, rather, a pyrotechnic one.
Initially, it was thought that what was seen was none other than Paul Walker alive within the flames, therefore explaining the titles of such videos. Moreover, the images available do not represent a person in any respect who is being burnt up alive and is trying to escape.
Nor do the so-called dead body images demonstrate this. Rather, they show the opposite, which is the fact that there was no charring of any kind to the bodies, which are actually dummies not real people (or their parts).
Rapidly, these videos showing a live person seemingly within the flames of the car were debunked, not legitimately, however, as a hoax. That discouraged people from pursuing it further. It is not entirely a hoax by any means, as it is clear that the image of someone can be seen through that pyrotechnic fireworks-style explosion. Such an explosive display is dangerous but not even remotely as dangerous as a real petrol-based fire.
Regardless, the title of the video might well be better worded as ‘Roger Rodas Still Alive,’ as the image of the pyrotechnician is more conducive to him than Mr. Walker.
The point, here, is to confirm that this video is legitimate and that there really is imagery of a person just posterior to those pyrotechnic-induced flames.
The video, provided by agents of Universal Studios and/or Fast & Furious, shows at this stage what are obviously people – see the flesh tones – near the driver’s side of the car. There may even be the image of a head, that is a person, sitting in the car finalizing the Hollywood-style fake car burn.
The fact that these individuals exist at the staging site is seen more clearly seen, here, including the emergence of someone behind the flames:
This is not a falsely created image or a hoax but is, rather, merely a close-up, zoomed-in view of the original footage provided by the Walker cabal.
The stunt man’s silhouette is perhaps most clearly seen in this black and white conversion of the same image. Note the identification of some 4 person on site at this time.
This is the outline of a real person, not a fake or a planted image, not a hoax.
Is it the same as this person, thought to be Roger Rodas?
Or one of these persons, hunkered down, firing a propane torch at the car and its surroundings.
If you look carefully, you can see his hand on the torch as he fires it. Too, it can be clearly seen that there really is a person behind the flame; the eyes, hair, and nose are clearly evident. There was much charring on this opposite side of the car, which may be explained through the use of the flame thrower. Regardless, this is not what is seen in a real car fire or explosion.
An actual pyrotechnic mole, no doubt about it:
This makes great sense, as there was no extension of the fire. The trees remained free of any burning (slight charcoaling on the trunk) but absolutely no fire extension to the leaves: not in the least degree.
Make no mistake about it Mr. Walker is alive and was likely in-place somewhere near the movie set. Just where has yet to be determined.
This is a set-up by Universal studios through its entity, Fast & Furious. It is a Hollywood-style hoax. No one died, and no one was injured.