Ghosts & Hauntings
'Poltergeist' caught on camera in Ireland
October 6, 2017 | 102 comments
The footage (viewable below) shows several strange disturbances. Image Credit: YouTube / Deerpark CBS
Eerie footage has emerged showing a series of allegedly paranormal disturbances at a school in Cork.
The recording, which was uploaded on to the YouTube channel of Deerpark CBS, shows just under two minutes of footage captured in the early hours of the morning by a CCTV security camera.
At first, nothing happens, however around 16 seconds in to the clip a door in the corridor to the right suddenly slams shut with a loud bang, seemingly without human intervention.
At around 33 seconds in to the clip, one of the locker units begins to rock back and forth on its own, followed by a separate locker on the adjoining unit which flies open, spreading papers everywhere.
The activity ends with a 'wet floor' sign falling over by itself at around 1:22 on the video.
But is everything really as it seems ? The fact that the locker unit is situated directly in front of a window is certainly suspicious as someone could simply have been pushing it from outside.
The door that slams at the beginning is also too far away to make out properly.
The video, which has managed to rack up over 1.1 million views on YouTube, can be viewed below.
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