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Ghost Sighting in a Hotel filmed by CCTV

  • Icey7
  • uploaded: Jul 14, 2014
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7 comments

  • Gophertee#

    Gophertee July 19, 2014 3:25:24 AM CEST

    No knowledge of camera equipment here! Move along folks, and we are sorry for the fool that uploaded this.

  • statik#

    statik July 16, 2014 8:29:12 AM CEST

    @Moossyy

    your so wrong. the camera is in the upper corner of the room, no one is holding it. its barely shaking and that could be because of many reason. I have security cameras at my home and I know what small bugs look like and a tiny bug walking right up the center of the screen look exactly like this video has.

  • Coolerman#

    Coolerman July 15, 2014 9:35:12 PM CEST

    FAAAAAAIIIIIIILLLLLL !!!!!
    come on.

  • Moossyy#

    Moossyy July 15, 2014 7:56:38 PM CEST

    yea but if it was a bug you would be able to make out more then just a blank white blur, and with the camera shaking like it was someone had to have been holding it. so they would have seen the bug, so in all i find your 3 comments invalid.

  • statik#

    statik July 15, 2014 2:23:18 PM CEST

    Not a ghost, but a tiny bug on the lens of the camera. this is a common mistake. the "blur" stays the same size and it even moves like a bug. it is crawling from bottom to top of lens. if it were a ghost you would think its distance and size would change.

  • statik#

    statik July 15, 2014 2:23:13 PM CEST

    Not a ghost, but a tiny bug on the lens of the camera. this is a common mistake. the "blur" stays the same size and it even moves like a bug. it is crawling from bottom to top of lens. if it were a ghost you would think its distance and size would change.

  • statik#

    statik July 15, 2014 2:23:05 PM CEST

    Not a ghost, but a tiny bug on the lens of the camera. this is a common mistake. the "blur" stays the same size and it even moves like a bug. it is crawling from bottom to top of lens. if it were a ghost you would think its distance and size would change.



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