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Mum Terrified As 'Ghost' Visits Sleeping Baby And 'Turns On Light'

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Mum Terrified As 'Ghost' Visits Sleeping Baby And 'Turns On Light'

A mother from Scotland is convinced the ghost of her grandparent paid a visit to her baby after she spotted 'moving objects' on the baby monitor footage. You can watch the footage and make up your own mind below:

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Scottish parents Cheryl Scott and Robert Thorrat noticed something strange when they put their baby Scott to bed, the Daily Record reports.

After looking back at the footage from their baby cam a few nights later, Cheryl says she noticed two floating objects above their son's cot when the monitor, apparently, spins round towards a light the mum claims wasn't left on.

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Cheryl told the Record: "I believe in ghosts but nothing like this has ever happened before.

"We can watch baby monitor videos on our phone, and we looked through Saturday night's clip on Tuesday night.

"We noticed the two floating objects that had never been there before.

"Then all of a sudden the camera spun right round, which never happens, it's fixed facing Scott."

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She added: "It turns to face a light that we didn't switch on.

Credit: Mirrorpix/Daily Record
Credit: Mirrorpix/Daily Record

"It's as if you can see a hand waving between the chest of drawers and the cot.

"I definitely think a ghost visited.

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"Robert didn't believe in ghosts but now he's not so sure."

The family moved into their current home in December 2019 along with Scott's big sisters, Alysha, 18, and Imogen, 13.

However, the house was said to be previously owned by Margaret and William Scott, who were, in fact, Cheryl's grandparents - they both died a number of years ago.

Cheryl continued to say: "I'm convinced that the ghost was my gran or papa coming to visit Scott.

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"Everyone's got their own beliefs which is fine, but I do believe in the afterlife and ghosts.

"We never thought their house was haunted but maybe it is?

"Who knows if they'll come back again.

"I'm not scared, but it all was very strange."

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Are you sure you aren't a little bit scared, Cheryl?

Featured Image Credit: Mirrorpix/Daily Record

Topics: Scotland, Ghosts

Anish Vij
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