I'm sure we've all seen creepy abandoned houses and thought how cool it would be to go inside and poke around. But, as I've said before, there are ways that we go about these things. There's a big difference between a legitimate paranormal investigation group and kids who break into abandoned houses and call themselves ghost hunters.
Unfortunately, a young man in The Midwest found out why it's a bad idea the hard way.
First of all, this is the internet, so we have to take everything that we see with a grain of salt. These days, just about anyone can download basic photo and video editing software. But, that being said, this is a weird video. It appears that a "ghost car" literally appears out of nowhere to cause a fender bender. I'm not saying that I necessarily think that this is on the level, but if it's tricky editing, they did a pretty good job! Watch:
It started out as a lovely, early spring outing to Allaire State Park for a Jersey shore family, which took some very strange turns. But the strangest came when they looked back at the pictures that they took that day.
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