Mum shouts at kids for being loud at night until CCTV uncovers sinister truth
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A step-mum who was shouting at her kids for constantly messing about at night has uncovered a 'sinister truth' after CCTV had captured a 'ghost' pushing their toy box off the shelf. Take a look at the eerie footage below:
The video shows the moment a box of Lego, which was sat on top of a chest of draws, crashed down to the floor next to the bed of Keira Henricksen's three stepchildren.
One of the poor kids was seen cowering under the blanket in terror.
When Keira heard a massive bang upstairs, she rushed in to find out what happened.
After finding Lego pieces scattered on the floor, the 18-year-old mum-to-be thought that the kids were just messing around.
But then after taking a look at the CCTV footage, she was stunned to realise that the three kids - John, seven, Paul, five, and David, seven - were not to blame.
Keira, from Orem, Utah, US, believes this is evidence of a 'supernatural' entity wanting to make their presence known.
She said: "It was about 8pm, the kids had just gone to bed and were just falling asleep. I was in my room and I heard an extremely loud noise so I went in and the Lego was everywhere.
"I thought the kids had knocked it over. I thought they were trying to sneak into it to play at night.
"I kind of got mad at David and asked what he was doing because it was bedtime. He was saying he didn't do anything. He said 'I didn't touch it, I promise'.
"We have the cameras to watch the kids. I watched it back because I didn't want to blame them if it wasn't them. In my mind I thought it was 100 per cent them but I realised it wasn't. It scared David. He jumped up, freaked out.
"I immediately freaked out, I didn't know what was going on. To me, it looked like it had been pushed.
"The way it fell was so sudden, you had to put pressure on it."
The 'freaked out' step-mum showed the video to 'non-believer' Anthony, who said: "There were no strange incidents until Keira moved in. I was confused when I saw the video. I don't really believe in the supernatural, it's hard to say.
"I do believe in angels but I don't think they are on this earth. I think there's another explanation for the Legos falling, or it was pushed. Why, or what pushed it I have no clue.
"I think it does look like it was pushed, but there's always an explanation of something like this happening."
I guess we'll still be waiting for that explanation...