Video of a ghost at a country bar is described as “unbelievable.”
What looks to be a human-like ghost roaming around in the night has been seen on CCTV at a pub.
The crew at the Twa Dogs Inn in Keswick, Cumbria, is horrified after seeing the clip, believing it to be a ghost. Late at night, the CCTV cameras captured what appears to be a human apparition strolling about the property.
The footage shows the pub’s shuttered beer garden, which looks to be completely vacant at first glance.
Two luminous green spheres are then observed gently traveling around the space, surrounded by a dark layer.
The contour of the prospective apparition resembles a human body, despite the lack of a face.
Sharon Hankin, who has worked at the bar for eight years, was the first to notice the strange video.
“I had been watching it on CCTV all night and wondered, ‘What on earth is that?’” she told Cumbria Crack.
“I used my phone to record the CCTV footage. You can see the contour of a body, which appears to have a head and legs, as well as an arm swinging at the end.”
After watching what he described as “unbelievable” footage, the pub’s landlord, Peter Harding, inspected the beer garden.
“We had to have table service with Covid, so we decked out an area at the side of the bar, put fake turf down, and put up two marquees,” he explained.
“It was up against one of the marquees, so I’m not sure if we disturbed anything in there (the beer garden).” It appears to be a very brilliant green and fluorescent substance.
“There are two circles that move back and forth like hot pads.”
Mr Harding also claims that the tavern is home to a resident ghost who is reported to haunt the pool room.
Ms Hankin and Mr Harding’s wife, Marjorie, both claim to have seen the ghoul before.
“I saw a figure wearing a blue jacket walk across the hatch in the pool room a few years ago,” Ms Hankin added.
“I went to have a look, but no one was there.”
Other members of the staff have reported hearing footsteps and even a “loud snarl” after putting their keys away upstairs.
There have also been instances of newly made mattresses, according to Ms Hankin. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”