Terrifying Video Appears To Show Ghost Watching Over Little Boy Cycling

Ghost sightings are probably more common than you think, and believing in ghosts is pretty common.

You're more likely to find someone who believes in ghosts than you are finding someone who believes in the flat Earth theory at least.

Since cameras and video equipment have become a part of day-to-day life, thousands and thousands of people have captured supposed "ghosts" on camera and quickly uploaded their discoveries to social media.

One of the most recent videos comes from 41-year-old mum Louise Lenton who was was out and about with her five-year-old son when she decided to video him playing on his bike.

Nothing seemed out of the ordinary until she got home and watched the footage she'd taken outside Oldway Mansion, a property that dates back to the 19th century.


Forty-one-year-old Louise revealed: "I took our little boy to the car park to practise riding his bike.

"The car park is flat and perfect to do it. I was just filming him and that was it.


"It wasn't until I was home and in bed watching the film back when I noticed it.

"I was like, 'oh my gosh' and my partner could not explain it. Neither of us know what this is."

The clip appears to show an elderly figure in the window of a building in front of the cycling tot.

"It looks like a lady with hair in a bun, with white cuffs around her hands."


Louise spoke to the Torbay Council, who confirmed to her that only security guards had been in the building at the time the footage was shot.

She said: "It's certainly not a security guard from what I can tell.

"I would love to know who or what it was."

It's probably a good Louise and her son didn't notice the mysterious figure while they were there, because that could've been pretty scary...

Featured Image Credit: SWNS

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