Those pictures were not taken with "pursuit camera". If you take a picture with a stationary camera, every strobed monitor will look this bad. My Benq looks just like that if I don't do that.
Taking pictures with pursuit camera require you to move the camera at the exact same speed as the image on the screen. But that's hard to do without doing it many many times to take a picture. And it's frustrating to overshoot or undershoot, causing more double images like that. It only looks that "blurry" in person at 60hz refresh rate, when it actually double strobes.
Notice the bottom of the screen on the "Good" picture still looks like a double image? Where it says 144 hz?
Even a quad strobed monitor (4 frames) would look perfect on that image because that image doesn't move at all (Yes, the Eizo Foris FG2421 quad strobes at 60hz (two long and two short strobes).
The afterimages (Ghosting) can't be removed. That's just how it is. Funny however, the Eizo Foris FG2421 apparently had no ghosting whatsoever. But you paid for that in high input lag in strobed mode
But that's not strobe crosstalk. There's no crosstalk at all in those pictures. Crosstalk is basically the blending of the next frame's pixel color transitions into the current frame.
There's some crosstalk pictures buried in the Benq section.
Actually here's one of my XL2720Z at 144hz with strobing. It's pretty clear where the crosstalk is. The very bottom of the screen (below the massive crosstalk) is actually the 2 behind the current frame, minus a few ms of response time lag. The rest of the screen (middle to top) is 1 frame BEHIND (most of the main screen, so +6.9ms + processing lag). To be exact, the very bottom of the screen is TWO frames behind, the middle to the top is 1 frame behind. If you change the strobe phase from 000 (which I used here) to 100, another crosstalk band would drop from the top downwards, with the part above the new crosstalk band basically the "current" frame (fastest input lag).
You can tell that the crosstalk "cuts off" the two frames.