I recently saw a video on youtube where the person showed a fool proof way to check and see if there are multiples of a person. The topic of the video I watched was of Killary.
Here's how it works:
A head shot of a person is taken and a horizontal line is drawn from the center of the left eye to the center of the right eye. Then from the ends of this line on both sides, draw a line downward which is going to connect with the next line below.
The next line is drawn from the bottom of the top teeth across to a point where it meets the two lines that are drawn vertically downward from each eye. At this point you are drawing a box so to speak, comprised of four lines.
One connects the center of each eye.
One downward from each eye to the fourth line that is drawn across the upper teeth. The photo must show the person with their teeth showing.
Now you have four separate lines that literally create a box on the person's face.
Next, measure the horizontal line that connects each eye ball center.
Then measure the horizontal line that goes from either eye downward to the line that you drew that just touches the exposed upper set of front teeth.
Whatever the difference is in inches, figure out how to turn the two different measurements into ratios.
As in: the top eye connecting line is, say, 3 inches (I'm just using that as a number).
The horizontal line going from the center of the eye ball down to the line that touches the top front teeth, is, say, 4 inches.
The ratio will be 1 to 1.25.
The 1 is the eyeball line, the 1.25 will be the eyeball down to the line that touches the bottom of the front teeth measurement.
This ratio will never change IF YOU APPLY IT TO 100 OR A 1000 PHOTOS OF THE SAME PERSON. It will only change if the comparisons are made of more than one person with the same face (as in CLONES OR SYNTHETICS).
Here is a great example of what I'm talking about:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYV0klJrUEw
WOW. Check it out !!!