It’s that time again! I’ve been scouring YouTube for the most interesting, terrifying, and dynamic videos displaying paranormal activity on the web. These are amateur videos, some caught by accident. Take a look at each one and let us know what you think!
The first video comes from Michael D. Magee’s YouTube channel. According to his channel description, Michael has been living in a haunted home for over five years, now. He’s posted tons of videos, but this is a compilation of some of his most stunning evidence. What do you think? Proof? Or really good film making?
This next compilation was uploaded from the Mysterious 5 YouTube Channel. In it, you’ll see several examples of ghostly activity caught film from sources like police dash cams, CCTVs, and webcams. This is interesting especially from the different sources. Take a look at these awesome examples of unexplained phenomena.
Disney theme parks are often called the happiest places on earth. From what we see in this video compilation from WOWsoAmaze, they just might also be haunted.
Our final video compilation comes from Nuke’s Top 5. Pay close attention to the footage from the cemetery in Atlanta! Some very interesting stuff going on there.
What do you think of these videos? Do you have any of your own? Leave them for us in the comments!
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Ryan Reynolds and his production company, Maximum Effort are on board to bring a new live-action adaptation of Hasbro’s board game Clue to the big screen. This move additionally includes Deadpoolwriters, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick penning the script for Clue.
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