Video Analysis: ‘Ghost’ In 4-year-old Girl’s Bedroom
‘Ghost’ Caught On Camera In 4-year-old Girl’s Bedroom
Like a scene right out of every parent’s worst nightmares, the disembodied voice of an unseen apparition is captured on camera inside a 4-year-old girl’s bedroom.
The supposed “ghost” was caught on Daniel Garrett’s cellphone camera when he let his 4-year-old daughter play with it while he went off to the bathroom. You hear what sounds like the young girl singing a song along the lines of “Doe, doe doe, doe, doe…” at which point a haunting voice, like we’ve heard time and time again in films such as The Exorcist and The Rite, is heard from some unknown direction reportedly mimicking the girl’s song.
“Doe, doe, doe.” says the alleged spectral voice.
Then on the video itself it appears as though someone, or something, climbs onto the end of the bed while pressing down on and disturbing the girl’s blankets.
The girl subsequently screams in supposed terror and you hear the phantom voice once again.
“You’re so funny.” it says in a “comforting” tone.
Finally, before the video cuts you can see more disturbance in the girl’s blankets, but this time right next to her legs.
A haunting video to say the least, but there may be more than meets the eye. The video is making the rounds on social media this week and the story goes that Daniel Garrett, the phone’s owner, had allegedly whisked his family out of the house after seeing the disturbing video, never to return again. Conveniently, when you follow the sources to find this supposed interview with Mr. Garrett and the supporting material discussing his sudden move, the only things you run into are infamous “404 error” pages. Even the original video has been removed from all social media channels, with remaining copies being uploaded by random YouTube users.
Check out the video below.
Now, watch the video again, but this time think of it like this: the girl is singing along when her dad, Mr. Garrett, enters the room from off-camera and sings with her. The girl suddenly “screams” in a way that sounds an awful lot like an excited 4-year-old seeing their parent for the first time in a “long” time, (bathroom breaks can seem long for 4-year-olds).
The father says, “You’re so funny.”
At this moment pay very close attention to the left side of the screen near the middle of the frame, where you see a dark object like a sweater or maybe the edge of a pair of pants sit on the bed beside the girl’s legs—just as a parent would when entering the room from the left side of the bed—exactly where the door is situated as shown in the video.
Furthermore, the dark object’s location coincides with the direction in which the blankets are being tugged.
Author’s Opinion: There could be compelling footage here, either for or against the so-called ‘haunting’ theory. If it is a fake, or even just an unintended series of events that led to a viral video, then it is a detriment to the entire field of parapsychology and only further discredits real tangible claims of paranormal activity. It’s a lesson in being skeptical; a lesson in following your nose when you suspect something might be a little too convenient.
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