Couple Claim To Have 'Proof Of Afterlife' After Their CCTV Picks Up 'Ghost' Roaming In Their Hallway
A U.S. couple have been left terror-stricken after claiming that they have managed to capture footage of a ghost roaming about their house at night.
Joey and Amy Radke, from Minnesota, believe the figure in their hallway is a restless spirit of a former tenant who died in their home, The Mirror reported.
The couple said that they had ignored warnings when they were told their home was haunted by ‘demonic entities’ two years ago when they first moved in. But they had always felt quite comfortable - until last week when they looked at their CCTV.
The pair set up CCTV cameras to check on their pets and the footage appears to show a figure moving around in the hallway.
While taking a closer look at the footage, Joey and his partner are convinced it shows a 'spectral figure with bouffant hair' clad in a nightgown.
The footage prompted Joey to do some more digging and he asked his neighbours for more information about the house.
After investigating further, Joey believes the figure could be that of an elderly lady who passed away in the house years ago and was carried out by paramedics while still wearing her nightie.
He is certain that the footage is 'proof of the afterlife' and believes the clip is the 'holy grail of ghost videos' as he says it 'can't be faked'.
"The video is like something from Paranormal Activity. When I saw it, I just thought 'oh my God'. I was creeped out. We took it to my brother-in-law's house to get it up on the TV and we could make out a woman with bouffant hair, like a beehive, Joey was quoted as saying by The Mirror.
"A woman died in our bedroom many years ago. The neighbours say she was taken out by paramedics in her nightgown and in the video, you can see the figure is wearing a nightie. The person we're renting from said they thought they felt a presence and the previous renter said they saw demonic entities, shadows and something watching her while she was sleeping. I'm starting to notice things now because I'm more aware," he added.