The hottest health food store is the Whitstable Nutrition Center, which faces the main street of Whitstable, England. The image of the surveillance camera shows a tea package floating in the air. In the footage, the package slips out of the shelves, stays in the air for a while, and then suddenly falls to the floor, astonishing a nearby customer man.
The video was played over 10,000 times in a few days after it was released on YouTube. The owner, Michelle Newbold, said he was confused by the footage.
"I can't believe it. I have no idea how this happens. It's the first time this has happened since I opened this store."
Newbold said he discovered the footage during a regular check of surveillance cameras.
"I check the surveillance cameras about once a week. I found this video during the checking process. I'm going to pursue if anyone knows anything. I don't believe in ghosts, and this video doesn't change that idea. "
There is a heated debate about this video between those who claim it to be the work of the spirit and those who claim it to be a trick. Let me introduce some typical ones.
■ Ghost affirmative opinion "Creepy. If this happens to me, run and run away a mile."
"It's weird and creepy."
"It's a terrifying image that makes you tremble when you see it."
■ Opinions of those who claim to be a trick "Who is the man in black who hid himself in the aisle on the other side, which appeared at the beginning of the video?"
"I think I used a transparent ruler from the other side."
"(The video) is fake. Another screen shows two guys in black. Stop the footage at 27 seconds and one of the guys sees if it works. You can see it. "
Also, for some reason, there are many people who pun on this video as "puns entwined with black tea." Let me introduce two typical puns from among them.
■ Annoying English pun "What a hell. Pol" Tea "Geist!"
"This is the paranormal activist" tea "!"
"Paranormal activity" is a "supernatural phenomenon". Is this pun interesting? Also, at least four people have been found who wrote the pun "Pol" Tea "Geist". It may be a major pun in Britain.
Now, is this phenomenon actually the work of the spirit? Or is it just a trick? Please watch the video below and make your own judgment.