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Did This Man’s 4-Year-Old Daughter Actually Manage To Film A Real Ghost?

Yeah, yeah, we get it, you don’t believe in ghosts. That’s fine. But this video is still weird and creepy as hell.

Canadian Daniel Garrett left his four-year-old daughter playing with his mobile phone, recording herself singing while he used the bathroom.

When he returned and viewed the recorded clip he immediately noticed a weird shape moving the sheets at the bottom of the bed – several feet away from where his daughter's legs could reach.

And if that’s not scary enough, the video also captures the voice of a man singing along with his daughter and uttering the words: “You're so funny.”

In Daniel’s own words:

“She is babbling as children do and when she pauses you hear a male voice sing along with her and the blanket moves. 

 

At the end the male voice says "You're so funny" .

 

“We live alone and I’ve never had anything like this happen to me.

 

My eyes water and my hair stands up on my arms when I watch this. It’s actually the scariest thing I have ever had happen to me.”

Daniel and his daughter have since fled the house and are currently staying at his parents with no intention of returning to their family home any time soon.

[Via: The Mirror]

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