Ghost 'Caught Using His Old Wheelchair' In Creepy Footage From Hospital
Hospital staff were stunned after security cameras recorded a dead man's wheelchair moving on its own:
It is believed that the mobility aide was being used by the spirit of the former owner after he passed away at the hospital in Udon Thani, northern Thailand.
CCTV from 23 May shows the wheelchair slowly rolling out of a corner, moving forward to a ramp without anyone pushing it. Pretty spooky, let's be honest.
At one point, the wheelchair (and presumably the 'ghost') appears to move backwards from a small slope before it stopped near the starting point.
The bizarre incident sparked concern among hospital workers when they found the wheelchair out of position the next morning.
Thanasak Pakdeenuan, the director of Ban Kham Doung local hospital confirmed that it is a manual wheelchair so no one could have controlled it.
He said: "It was a windy night and we believe the wheelchair might have been blown around by a gust." Oh here we go, it's all coming together now.
Thanasak added that the wheelchair was donated from the former owner, who passed away at the hospital.
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He said: "Even though the wind might have been blowing the chair, we are planning to hold a Buddhist holy event to say prayers and pay respect to the spirit of the former owner, just to be safe.''
Last year ghost hunters captured weird shadowy figure at an abandoned mental asylum, appearing to be stood beside a noose.
Spirit Walkers - the group who caught the footage - say they recently visited the spooky Pool Parc asylum in Ruthin, North Wales, where they also recorded 'screaming' and 'growling' sounds.
Beth Hopper, who runs the group, said the team didn't notice the mysterious figure until they looked back on the footage taken at the 200-year-old building.
The team of six hunters headed to the deserted area armed with a bunch of specialist equipment to try and find out once and for all if it was haunted. Rather them than me.
Beth decided to set up the Spirit Walkers four months ago and the official Facebook page has already racked up 800 followers.
The team head out to various 'haunted' sites with night-vision cameras, EVP (electronic voice phenomena) devices and more old-school ghost hunting gear such as Ouija boards.
Beth says they always ensure they bring white sage along with them to 'cleanse' an area of negative energy.
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