2:47 - Outright false. No serious researcher takes "Maria's shoe" seriously, and certainly not since Keith Augustine's 2007 entry into the JNDS on the subject.
That "debunking" was such a load of bollocks. A sad mishmash of far reaching ifs/buts and maybes, including a tale that the big talk of the hospital, among the staffs, before Maria even got there, would have been about this shoe on the ledge, which supposedly Maria would have picked up on. (Gimme a break...) A "theory" which they, first of all, have no basis, proof, or even a slightest hint of. And secondly they try to "shoe-horn in" the claim that Maria, brought to the emergency, in the middle of the night, suffering a severe heart attack, rushed in in an ambulance, most likely under severe stress and fear of her health/life, would somehow manage to focus her attention on a shoe, on a ledge, 3 stories up, in the middle of the night, noticing its colour, a smudge on the tip of the shoe, and that the laces where folded under the shoe. Yeah, right....
Those debunking skeptics..tsk tsk