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CCTV footage shows allegedly 'haunted' bicycle moving on its own


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When a coasting bicycle tips to either side, the steering moves to compensate, thereby keeping it vertical (plenty of YouTubeage to demo this).

I suspect the section of the video prior to the bike reaching the kerb, is in slightly slow motion, thereafter the speed is normal.  Funny how someone happened to be filming just as the bike appeared.

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Got so mutch fun when youngs to let our bikes going downhill until they crash together wayyyy lower. Well, until one of them hit a car and we got screwed...

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Papameter Reading

60% Paranormal     40% Hoax

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Why would someone leave their bike somewhere without the kick stand down?  And--I couldn't see the pedals moving, plus they zoomed in at the end--100% hoax.

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22 hours ago, papageorge1 said:

Papameter Reading

60% Paranormal     40% Hoax

I think you need to send it in for calibration.

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46 minutes ago, Inn Spectre said:

I think you need to send it in for calibration.

What's the spectrometer reading?

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Nah, if you look closely it's the entire town paranormally moving underneath the bicycle, not the other way around.

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Is it just me or has the frame rate been slowed down? Seems more likely that someone gave it a nudge, and gravity/slope did the rest.

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