Tuesday, July 29, 2014

'Ghost' caught on CCTV moving chairs in London theatre (video)

The spooky goings on apparently took place just hours after a psychic medium took to the stage in Romford. Coincidence? Almost certainly...

The footage from a security camera at the Brookside theatre reportedly shows a chair and table moving by themselves, as well as floating orbs flying across the screen in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Manager Jai Sepple said he ‘didn’t know whether to laugh or cry’ when he watched the tape back.

He told the Romford Recorder he had been the last to leave on Saturday night, and had straightened all of the chairs before he went home.

“I never usually check the CCTV cameras as there is so much on there, we would only ever check it if there was an incident,” Jai said.

“But I just took a look as I noticed when I came in that one of the chairs was at an angle and there it was!”

On Saturday night, hours before the ‘ghost’ appeared, psychic medium Roy Roberts had visited the theatre for a reading.

He said: “It’s phenomenal. I’ve never been so excited about the possibility of ghosts before.

Read Full Story: London 24

More mysterious holes found in Russia

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two more craters of unknown origin have been spotted in Russia's Siberia region, weeks after a similar-looking hole was found in the isolated northernmost area, a local paper reported.

The Siberian Times, an English-language newspaper, published pictures of two new giant holes discovered by reindeer herders, one located in the Yamal and the other in the Taymyr peninsula, both above the Arctic circle.

The paper said that theories of their origin range from meteorites or stray missiles to aliens or an underground gas explosion. The report could not be confirmed independently.

Russian state TV reported earlier this month that a giant hole had appeared in the gas-rich Yamal peninsula where temperatures plummet below -50 degrees Celsius (-58 degrees Fahrenheit) and the sun barely rises in winter.

A Russian scientific expedition arrived at the site to inspect the first crater, nicknamed the "Yamal black hole", earlier this month, according to a recent report by state-run Vesti.ru website.