A team of Irish ghost hunters believe they have captured footage of a ‘ghost’ in a ‘haunted house’ in Donegal.
The Paranormal Investigators Ireland group recorded their investigation of the Sharon Rectory house in Bundoran, Co Donegal, on Saturday.
The spooky house has a long history with the paranormal and locals claim a number of ‘spirits’ walk its hallways.
The investigation team visited the house on Saturday night, with members of the public, in search of activity.
They set up cameras facing the staircase in the old building in the hopes of capturing something unusual.
The group said they put a child’s ball at the top of the stairs and claim the footage shows the ball being “pushed down” by supposed paranormal forces.
The group said in a post on their Facebook page: “This staircase seemed to be the epicentre of activity on the night.
“We had a member of the public collapse and a team member feel as if she was pushed.”
The paranormal investigators claim they captured a ‘ghost child’ in a photograph taken during a seance at the site.
Some members of the group believe they were even attacked by a ‘demonic being’ at the site leaving members with “bloodshot and black eyes”.
They said: “(During the seance) an entity called John made himself known to us and toyed with the team.
“As he came through, the team felt extremely uncomfortable and some members of the public had to leave the room.
“We believe John is a demonic entity and has been oppressing the family for many years.
“He repeated that this was his house and that the family was living in his house.
“We believe this entity attacked members of the team. One team member was left with a black eye and the other with a severely bloodshot eye.”
What do you think? Is this proof of a ghost caught on camera?
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