Paranormal Activity: Evil spirit documented at the Wingate hotel in Illinois ?

This video was published a year ago and disappeared from the network, but now he gets viral with a new campaign. Hotel security cameras record looks and sounds just like a ghost horror movie (like “Paranormal Activity”), and although it is unclear whether it’s added effects editing or real documentation – it will make you shiver.

 


This documentation allegedly filmed on September 14, 2003 at Wingate, Illinois (USA) and published by hotel security manager. He says that hotel guests complained about the noise and shouts coming from room 209 on the second floor. The room has no dubious history that may explain the documentation.

Scattered throughout the hotel about 80 security cameras that we have documentation from some of them. Listening to the video you can hear the screams and see the outline of a figure faded out of the room,  that will make you stick to the screen.

The sound in the video is a mix of microphone and recording from a security camera that comes separate control room. The system was built for cases of a robbery, at which reportedly is why you can hear everything so high quality. One reasonable explanation is operated TV in another room produced noises like they are coming from this room.

According to hotel reviews online, many users complained that the walls there “as thin as paper.” Another question the reliability of the documentation provided by the supplier is why the guard into an empty room with a flashlight and not turn on the room’s light, or why he left the door open behind him?

 

What do you think, is this a very successful exercise in intimidation or real documentation of unexplained phenomenon?

 

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    I would definitely leave the door open too if I heard screaming and what not. Need a quick escape.

    But not turning lights on? Odd.
    or announcing yourself?