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CCTV video sparks ghost rumors in restaurant

October 28, 2018 | Comment icon 15 comments



What's going on here ? Image Credit: Facebook / Dion's
Footage recorded in an Albuquerque branch of Dion's shows kitchen equipment moving all on its own.
The strange incident, which was detailed in a posting on the restaurant chain's Facebook page this week, appears to have been captured on CCTV at a time when nobody else was in the building.

In the video, a metallic shelf (or cover) that was sitting on top of one of the kitchen counters can be seen suddenly moving sideways and on to the floor, seemingly without intervention.

"Look closely...we think one of our stores is haunted..." the store wrote on Facebook.

The footage has since prompted rumors of a paranormal presence in the restaurant.

Could something otherworldly be responsible or was the shelf simply positioned improperly ?

The video itself can be viewed in the news report below.



Source: KRQE | Comments (15)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #6 Posted by Seti42 4 years ago
The problem is, this stuff is so easy to fake, video itself is so easy to edit, and so many people make fakes that any discussion of some paranormal event 'caught on tape' is rendered pointless. It's sad, IMO. Also, why is their CCTV so low resolution and loaded with artifacts? 1080 isn't exactly expensive anymore. And rudimentary video editing and capture apps are free. PS: Morris and Montgomery in Albuquerque is a major intersection.  Semi trucks, buses, and other heavy vehicles use Montgomery regularly. It's a main east-west road with 3 lanes in each direction.
Comment icon #7 Posted by freetoroam 4 years ago
Here we go  folks, its that time of year again.   And what is the dark shadow on the other side of the counter, look on the left where the flap door is, after the shelf is 'pushed' there is a shadow behind the counter. The person who pushed it should have stayed down.   
Comment icon #8 Posted by acute 4 years ago
Uh? Are you on the Scrumpy Jack?
Comment icon #9 Posted by freetoroam 4 years ago
Can't you see it, a slight shadiow on the left on the other side of the counter nearest to the flap door. It appears after the shelf is pushed. You got to be quick though as they cut the clip. 
Comment icon #10 Posted by Calibeliever 4 years ago
I'd like to see the previous 1-2 minutes of footage, I'm guessing a truck rolled by. Not unheard of in certain sections of Quewrky.
Comment icon #11 Posted by papageorge1 4 years ago
Who knows? It could be real paranormal activity or easily faked. Judging human nature myself, I would think if someone bothered with a fake it would be more interesting but not necessarily either.  Using my judgment of human nature and the paranormal I would estimate the chances being 66% paranormal, 24% faked, 5% unknown natural phenomena on the old Papameter.  
Comment icon #12 Posted by Stiff 4 years ago
You really, really need to send that thing back. It's not been working properly for an awful long time now.
Comment icon #13 Posted by papageorge1 4 years ago
Well, I hate to even guess how the Stiff-o-meter works. Haha
Comment icon #14 Posted by qxcontinuum 4 years ago
In the building I work there are constant vibrations from the subway whenever trains are rolling. This could likely be the reason or  if there is ongoing construction underneath.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Metatront4h 4 years ago
I actually live right next to this Dions. I am not saying that it is real or fake but the previous posters are in correct on what they say. There is no trains that go near or under the Dions for the vibration to happen. The road is also not a "3 lanes going each way" road, nor is that part of Montgomery that popular, especially at night and Morris is a side road. I would say that this is not from vibrations, nor is it to drum up customers as Dions is one of the most popular places to eat in ABQ . Most likely just slipped off, from other causes, and some one thought it was funny or cool and sen... [More]


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