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WATCH: CCTV captures ghost knocking about in restaurant

A RESTAURANT in North England has shared CCTV footage of what they believe to be a ghost "knocking about" in their building.

The owner of Get Baked in Leeds posted the footage on their Facebook page writing: "OK so I'm fairly sure we have a ghost knocking about at Get Baked Presents: The Joint.

"We found this on the CCTV from yesterday, bare in mind that it was a lot clearer on the screen than it is through the phone we recorded it on."

OK so I'm fairly sure we have a ghost knocking about at Get Baked Presents: The Joint. We found this on the CCTV from yesterday, bare in mind that it was a lot clearer on the screen than it is through the phone we recorded it on. Also, check the comments below for the marking that we found on the INSIDE of our front door this morning. I wouldn't joke about this, I'm genuinely scared and even if you don't think the video is weird, you can't deny that what's appeared on the door is a little bit freaky. Enjoy.

Posted by Get Baked on Sunday, March 29, 2015

 

In the comments below the footage Get Baked also shared a photo of a "marking" they said they found inside the front door the morning after the apparent ghost was caught on camera.

"...the marking that we found on the INSIDE of our front door this morning.

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"I wouldn't joke about this, I'm genuinely scared and even if you don't think the video is weird, you can't deny that what's appeared on the door is a little bit freaky. Enjoy."

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The "marking" found on the inside of the Get Baked restaurant in Leeds. Get Baked | Facebook

 


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