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Video allegedly shows 'ghost' removing dog's collar

By T.K. Randall
October 21, 2021 · Comment icon 16 comments

An intriguing piece of footage that has recently gone viral on TikTok shows a dog's collar being mysteriously removed.
The peculiar clip, which was uploaded by Phoenix-based TikTok user 'Shannyfantg', shows what is being hailed as evidence of something paranormal going on within the confines of her home.

The paranormal phenomena centers around one of two dogs that can be seen barking inside their crates in their owner's sitting room - specifically the black dog in the center of the frame.

After the dogs fall silent, the black one suddenly moves in a very strange manner, as if someone or something had lifted it up by the collar and pulled it backwards.

Its collar then seems to unfasten all on its own and drops to the floor.
"Sorry for the obnoxious barking at the beginning," Shannyfantg wrote. "Watch my black dog. Ghost takes her collar off in her crate. This happened about a year after moving into this house, nothing happened for almost two years, now things are happening again."

The video has since been viewed over 8 million times, with many viewers convinced that it represents evidence of the paranormal. Some also claim to have heard a voice or whisper around 40 seconds in.

Others, meanwhile, remain skeptical, claiming that the footage could have easily been doctored.

Either way, it's certainly an interesting video.

Source: Newsweek.com | Comments (16)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #7 Posted by Hawken 1 year ago
In timeline 0:26 to 0:40 , the dogs were very still. Almost as if the video was put on pause. Video trickery?
Comment icon #8 Posted by onlookerofmayhem 1 year ago
That's exactly what happened.
Comment icon #9 Posted by psyche101 1 year ago
Really what more proof could one want. It's as good as any ghost proof I've seen.
Comment icon #10 Posted by jethrofloyd 1 year ago
Why it always must be a 'ghosts' who are guilty for everything?
Comment icon #11 Posted by TheGoldenBoy 1 year ago
By setting speed to 0.25, we can clearly see that the collar comes undone when he turns his head to his left and which frightens the dog which causes him to jump (Perhaps due to genetic fear he could have mistaken it for a snake). It could just be a badly closed collar that came undone when the dog moved his head. But what intrigues me the most is why having dogs to leave them in a tiny cage.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Jon the frog 1 year ago
Got tazed by it's remote activated electric collar and broken it on the cage while convulsing ?
Comment icon #13 Posted by susieice 1 year ago
I noticed that too.
Comment icon #14 Posted by HollyDolly 1 year ago
Because they aren't cats.Unless you train a dog to use a piddle pad to go to the bathroom , when you aren't home, they could go to the bathroom everywhere.They also, unless trained, can chew things up like cords,etc. I've gone to work, and when i come home, only cat poop is in the litter box, no scratched furniture,etc. Now cats if mad at you can pee or poop etc. or they are sick,or what ever.But the majority of the time they are fine and use the box because Mother Nature game then that instinct.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Berwen 1 year ago
Where is the Ghost? Articles like this do not need to be published and try to mislead the public. Idiots like me waste time clicking on this useless garbage on Tic Tok or whatever it is called.
Comment icon #16 Posted by CigaretteSmokingMan 1 year ago

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