I've been on a lot of investigations with the Garden State Ghost Hunters. We've gotten a lot of audio clips, plenty of strange things in pictures, but videos are the "holy grail" of paranormal investigating. And just recently we got one that we simply can not explain.

Here's the set up - we were asked to join in with local paranormal group, "Behind the Wall Paranormal" to investigate a local Ocean County property (sorry, but I have to be a bit vague to protect the owner's privacy).

The property itself has a long history, going back hundreds of years, and there are some verified accounts of violence taking place there.

We were in an upper room, where almost every single team member was having some kind of physical response - from light headedness, to chills, to just plain feelings of "being watched".

We set up a full spectrum camera with infrared light sources that allow us to "see" in the dark.

The scene that you see is shot towards a wall where the sheet rock has been removed, so the vertical strips that you see are the exposed studs of the wall (you'll also notice the leg of one of the investigators in the frame).

Just for reference - with a full spectrum camera, the infrared light source illuminates objects to look "white". So the strips of the studs look white, the investigator's leg looks white. And then...something...looks white. If it was the shadow of one of us, it would appear dark, not white.

Oh, and be sure to take note of the audio that we captured through the "spirit box" right after the movement.

Enough set up, take a look for yourself:

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If you missed it, here's a before and after comparison:

Garden State Ghost Hunters