Do you believe in ghosts? If you said no, we wouldn’t blame you. It’s difficult to accept things we can’t see for ourselves, and we usually have nothing to go off of except somebody saying they say something. In many cases, these stories transform into weird campfire tales that are passed around simply to scare people.
However, would you believe in ghosts if you could see them with your own eyes? We’re about to find out! Below, we have several juicy security videos that have captured footage of ghosts behaving badly. Keep reading to check it out for yourself and decide if this is enough to make you a believer!
Looking for a midnight snack in the pantry
Is there anything quite as common as heading toward the kitchen in the middle of the night for a snack? We all get the midnight munchies from time to time. And it looks like even ghosts can’t resist the tempting lure of those late-night delights!
This video shows multiple recordings of a ghost who is seemingly opening this person’s pantry in the wee hours of the night. There are also some light “orbs” present in some recordings. Put it together and there seems to be only one conclusion: this pantry must be haunted.
A playful ghost on the stairs
Despite what horror movies tell you, not all ghosts are necessarily scary or angry. Most of them just have some unfinished business here on Earth. And in at least one case, it seems that the unfinished business involved just having more fun back in a place that made them feel happy and safe.
That seems to be what’s going on in this short, spooky video. Look closely and you’ll see the ghostly apparition of what appears to be a little girl who is playing on the stairs. Honestly, we’re happy that this tiny ghost seems to be having the time of her (after) life. But we can’t help but feel like the cat who never clocks the ghostly presence isn’t really earning his keep as a guard kitty!
A screaming ghost leaves hotel room
Sadly, not all of the ghosts wandering the planet are cute little girls who just want to play by the stairs. Some of them are a bit more mischievous and even malevolent. And these are the horror movie-style ghosts that give the rest of the supernatural community a bad name.
Take this video for example. This poor hotel worker doesn’t personally encounter or even see the ghost that emerges from the hotel room with a quiet scream. But after seeing all the damage the ghost did (including tearing up the carpet, turning on the shower, and arranging all the furniture upside down), he was completely scared. And we really can’t blame him!
A spectre rattles the school lockers
Sometimes, ghosts get angry enough to push things or even people around. These are typically the ghosts of those who died with some major anger in their hearts. Now, ask yourself: do you know anyone more angry than the average teenager?
That might explain why this ghost is angrily rattling the lockers at his school. He probably has all manner of unfinished business and major regrets. And let’s face it: if you had to spend eternity trapped in your old high school, you’d be just as furious as this fearsome fright of a creature.
Ghostly twin turns around in the mirror
In supernatural stories, it’s not uncommon for mirrors to serve as a window into another plane of reality. If nothing else, the authors of these stories are activating one of our most primal fears: that the person staring back from the mirror may not be us but some kind of evil reflection.
That might explain what’s happening here. This video of a young Japanese girl doesn’t seem all that scary at first…and then her mirror twin turns around and gives a spooky stare. We don’t know what she did next, but we hope it involves running as fast as she can!
Watch this ghost haunt this employee
You’ve heard of “take this job and shove it.” Now, tell us: have you ever heard of “take this job and haunt it?”
Even if you haven’t, the ghost in the video below certainly got the memo. In the short video, we see the specter suddenly appear and start following around an employee who is just trying to clean up in the morning before the lunch rush. Now, we’re not sure whether the ghost has beef with this specific fellow or if he just decided to haunt the first human that he saw, but the spook proceeds to follow the worker around as he simply tries to complete his tasks.
Be real with us: do you think our employer would accept “the place is haunted” as a reason for our resignation letter?