Anorak News | CCTV footage of the Ruislip ghost!

CCTV footage of the Ruislip ghost!

by | 20th, February 2013

WOOOOOO! A spooky video has emerged online of CCTV footage showing a spectre appearing at a community centre in north-west London!

The video shows a slim figure suddenly appear outside the entrance of South Ruislip Community Association and Community Centre before it chillingly walks through a metal railing before vanishing into thin air!

The strange moment was witnessed by the centre’s caretaker: “I was sitting inside the hall and noticed a figure on the front CCTV camera. “I looked up at the screen and thought I saw a person but wasn’t sure so went out to check.”

“I went outside and no one was there but I thought they might have quickly walked around the side of the building into the park so I just went back in. After downloading the CCTV footage I was surprised to see that the figure had been recorded onto the system.”

“I can’t explain this.”

Of course, we need to look at the history of the area to amp up the creepiness… and what’s more creeped out than unsettled ghouls from the war?

And so, the centre was used as a prisoner of war camp for Italian prisoners during World War II, which means the ghost in modern clothes MUST be a figure from the ’40s!

Nobody can explain why this has happened… mainly because, if you were to travel back from the afterlife, you wouldn’t choose boring Ruislip as a haunting patch.

Seriously. Why don’t all the ghosts go somewhere fun like Barbados or Vegas?

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