However, I am inclined to believe it is for real, and not a hoax, as a breeze wouldn't make the keys play.
It is worth a more in depth investigation and finding out more information in relation to the video.
and listen to this moaning voice in the background, that's what's really creepy
also, the way the curtain floats in the wind, there is no way that the wind was strong enough to blow down those note books.
If the wind caused those things falling down, then the curtain would have had to move much more than that
just imagine, this was happening to you. would you manage to keep it cool? I certainly would be on the edge of my seat, just like the dude in the video
So, I don't really know. If it's a fake, than you gotta at least give the guy some credit
for pulling it off so nicely.
Moaning, faint piano sounds and falling books? That would require some nice digital processing and at least some wire....
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I am convinced it is some trick because of the sudden cut off, as if the guy doesn't want us to see what happens after this stuff falls.
I've watched it quite some times now and the problem still is that you just don't get the chance to see if there is or isn't some mechanism at work because the footage ends too abruptly.
Which to me is a tell tale sign of a hoax.
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