Wednesday, February 25, 2015

'Ghost' captured on CCTV at former Nazi concentration camp blamed for making objects disappear

A 'ghost' has been captured on CCTV in a 400-year-old Czech castle that was once used as a Nazi concentration camp.
It has been blamed for the mysterious disappearance of objects from a closed exhibition, as the building is now used as a museum for local history.
In this video, a shadowy figure appears to move in front of the camera when all rooms were locked and closed.
It is also reported that no cleaners were in the room at the time.
The 17th century castle in the Czech town of Ostrov was captured by the Nazis in 1939 and turned into a concentration camp for Czech resistance fighters and opponents to the regime.