In the earlier months of 2016 I had stopped to photograph an old abandoned house that I had known about for some time along a rural back road of Ontario.
Upon arrival I snapped some photos of an amazing staircase that greets you upon entering the front door, everything seemed fine and normal, as usual.
When I finished photographing this old abandoned house I decided to take some video footage of the house, inside and out. The house has been abandoned a very long time and the many changing Canadian seasons are starting to take a toll, soon this house will probably collapse on itself, so I wanted to capture some video.
I started outside and walked in with my camera, nothing out of the ordinary, I have done this 100's of times in 100's of similar places.
I'm not personally a believer of paranormal activities, having explored and photographed everything from insane asylums, hospitals, morgues, homes where people died and homes where there was a suicide I have never felt anything strange or experienced anything out of the ordinary or unexplained.
I came home later that day and posted the video to my facebook page where someone noticed something in the video that didn't quite seem right.
At around the 1:20 mark in the clip as I reach the top of the stairs and turn around, something whips by the camera near the railing on the banister.
There was no wind in the house and I didn't touch the railing at all as I turned around.
It could be nothing and there could be a valid explanation for what happened here, however the vast majority of people who have viewed this video all agree -- I may not have been alone in this house!
Here is the video:
What do you think this could be?
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