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The Ghost and the Mystery Museum

I found this clip of an alleged ghost in a museum on YouTube thanks to a Google alert about an alleged ghost caught on a CCTV in an office building in South Carolina. (I went to YouTube to try and find it, but of course got distracted and found this “ghost footage” instead.)

Trouble is, I have no idea what museum this is or where it is. It didn’t say in the description. (That I saw. I’m not 100% YouTube savvy so perhaps I didn’t click through to something else that would shed some light on the mystery.)

However, I did find another posting of it and this one alluded that the museum was somewhere in Mexico.

And I’m not all that certain what it is I’m viewing in the clip. Is it an entrance and revolving doors? Is it something in a glass box? (Like one of the museum’s displays, perhaps some kind of toy?) Is it a piece of machinery?

I don’t know, but I can tell something starts moving when nothing else is there to move it.

But I’d rather know (a) what it is I’m looking at, and (b) where this museum is. What if someone wanted to make a Haunt Jaunt there? Don’t these people on YouTube understand there’s a whole bunch of us ghost enthusiasts out there who’d like as much info as possible?

Sheesh.

Courtney Mroch
Courtney Mroch, otherwise known as HJ's Ambassador of Dark and Paranormal Tourism, is an author, traveler, and ghost enthusiast. When she's not writing, jaunting, or planning her next trip, it's a safe bet you'll find her in one of three places: on a tennis court somewhere, on a yoga mat somewhere, or watching a horror movie somewhere. She currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
http://www.courtneymroch.com

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2 thoughts on “The Ghost and the Mystery Museum

  1. That was kind of interesting. There's a gate on the left and a turnstyle on the right and it appears to go through both of them. I guess the next question is — could settings be wrong on the camera and that was a person actually going through there or was it really some kind of phenomenon. I think what bothers me about it is that the camera seems to move and zoom in. So far as I know security cameras are pretty static unless someone's manning them and able to make adjustments. I wonder if the guard saw this and so angled at it? or if it's a hoax? I tell you, when they show up online without any one to give a statement, it's hard to tell if anything is real. I keep remembering that phony picture on top of the Trade Tower with some guy supposedly taking tourist pictures when the plane hit and it was a total hoax. Keep checking these out. I love the opportunity to review film and see what I can make of it, it works my skills. Good find!

  2. Hey! This was a really cool comment, Autumnforest, because while this clip worked your skills, I learned a thing or two about what to look for in a clip! I knew something was bothering me about it, but couldn't nail it. (Besides it didn't have more info.) It had to do with the zooming that you mentioned. This was wonderful because it helped me see how to apply skepticism. THANKS!

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