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'Ghost' moves motorcycle in viral video clip

By T.K. Randall
February 4, 2021 · Comment icon 32 comments



Who or what moved the bike ? Image Credit: Twitter / @Amberological
Footage of a motorcycle moving and falling over on its own has been doing the rounds on social media.
The intriguing clip, which was reportedly filmed back in December before being picked up and shared online, shows a quiet street in India with two motorcycles parked at the side of the road.

At around the 15-second mark on the video, one of the motorcycles suddenly starts to roll forward without explanation before collapsing in the middle of the road a few moments later.

Little is known about the footage other than that it was posted on Twitter by user Amber Zaidi.
"Imprisoned on camera, otherwise no one believes," a translation of the caption reads.

The footage has since generated tens of thousands of views and hundreds of comments, with users speculating over whether or not the culprit was paranormal in nature.

You can check out the clip for yourself below.



Source: NDTV.com | Comments (32)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #23 Posted by NCC1701 2 years ago
It is probably a securitycamera.
Comment icon #24 Posted by Dakotabre 2 years ago
Photoshopped You can see the person standing on the opposite side of the bike (opposite side to the kick stand) which is the wrong side to stand on if your moving a bike.... and he drops it. You can see where the person has been 'scrubbed' out by photo editing but their head can still be seen moving behind the bike.
Comment icon #25 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
I dont believe that would work as the video showed, lets say we left the bike in gear and for this speciation we have a wireless remote like used to open car doors wired to turn on an electric starter, I would also suspect modern bikes would be like stick cars where the starter wont run if clutch isnt depressesd, so that would have to be overridden, In gear the bike is going to lunge forward akin to popping the clutch if we energized the starter.
Comment icon #26 Posted by tortugabob 2 years ago
What a joke. The video can't show the slight grade towards the top of the video. The motorcycle kick stand was partially deployed and with the front wheel turned slightly to the left it rolled forward and left to the point it fell over. Nothing the see here people. Move along.
Comment icon #27 Posted by Matt221 2 years ago
I had a suzuki 250 if i put it on the side stand the bluddy thing would swivel rond and fall over if it was on a slight incline it would just roll away ............ i didn't do that to often
Comment icon #28 Posted by Abramelin 2 years ago
How do you get to 45% Paranormal? I think it's about time to adjust the settings of that meter.
Comment icon #29 Posted by papageorge1 2 years ago
OK, 44% after adjustment. What number would you give?
Comment icon #30 Posted by Abramelin 2 years ago
What about 0%?
Comment icon #31 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
You know papa might just be all blissfully comfortable thinking everything is paranormal.
Comment icon #32 Posted by joc 2 years ago
Keen observation. If anything is paranormal... ...then everything is paranormal. If paranormal is actually normal...then everything is paranormal. The paranormality of normalcy is very paranormic.


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