What worries me is that so few people could see it, even when it was pointed out. They wanted it to be true. Bill W was feeding a ready and willing need for some people.
It was in 2008 I did this analysis of two views of the faked tomb. I pointed out that the two could not possibly be the same, one at least had to be a fake. And if the person had faked one, why not the other?
Nobody in their right mind could possibly believe they are of the same scene. Things haven't just moved or gone missing, they've shape-shifted and morphed into other objects.
The original faked tomb is the bottom, more detailed one. It also appeared in a static picture on Bill's website, but I took the frame above from some fleeting footage that was released. The very yellow scene. I desaturated and colour balanced it to better match the later view, to make comparison easier.
The more angled shot above (and I pointed out that I didn't see how a camera on a pole poked through the same very small hole around what we were told was a bend could get such a different oblique view) was re-constructed for the Bloodline film, long after the original prop scene had been dismantled.
There is of course the third set of footage, after the whole mess conveniently collapsed, with broken crucifix etc. This would ensure that any future footage would not have to match anything very much.
The Bloodline film showed Bill W peering into the cave hole and going 'Oh my God' when the only real view could only have been via the camera monitor on the ledge to his right.
So many other little clues were there, all over the place.
Then the bottle saga arose, so ridiculous. Clinched by the sound clip of Bill Kersey going 'Ooh there's another bottle under there' and trying further to explain this several times over, with Bill W feigning not to hear but having to 'discover' it on another day. We won't even go there with the bad French in the parchments.