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Daughter Shares Video of Dad Being Tucked in by a Ghost

Don't watch this before bed.

Shyann Rachael/Twitter

Anyone who doesn’t believe in ghosts might change their mind after watching this webcam video, which one family captured of the ghost they claim is haunting them. The daughter shared the creepy footage in a Reddit post that’s now going viral.

“My dad has been feeling his sheets being messed with and someone sitting on his bed in the night so he set up a camera,” Shyann Rachael wrote on Sunday. “I’m freaked [the fuck] out. Look at the sheets lifting up and what comes out of the side of it. It like dissolves into thin air??”

In the video, which shows her dad sleeping, a corner of the sheets slowly rises before what looks like a ghostly head appears. Within a few seconds, it vanishes and the sheets fall back down.

Whether or not it’s really some sort of paranormal activity is up for debate, based on the comments. Some people are doubtful, claiming that the “ghost” is really just the dad’s elbow. “Looks like he’s laying on his side and as he turns onto his stomach stretches his arm out and kicks the sheets while he readjusts his legs,” one person explains.

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However, others are completely convinced that Shyann’s father is being haunted. “He might as well just go ahead and throw the whole house away,” one user commented, while another said, “My worst fucking nightmare, I’d be sleeping on the couch with every single light on.”

And Shyann isn’t the first one to (allegedly) catch a ghost on camera. In March, a Michigan couple not only saw what appeared to be a male figure on their nanny cam but they found scratches on their daughter’s cheek in the morning.

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