Terry Johnson believes this footage, captured at a house in Gateshead is clear evidence that spirits from the afterlife are haunting the property.
The keen ‘ghost-hunter’ set-up cameras after a Rowlands Gill resident told him he suspected he was sharing his Rowlands Gill home with some uninvited ghostly guests.
And within an hour of setting-up his specialist equipment, Terry recorded footage of a chair moving entirely on its own.
The 54-year-old said: “We were just gobsmacked when we saw it. We have never had anything like that before and we haven’t stopped talking about it since. It’s the most compelling evidence we have got up to now on an investigation.
And the homeowner, who did not want to be identified, added: “It was absolutely amazing. I knew there was something not right and now he’s just proved it.”
Terry, a full-time carer from North Kenton, in Newcastle, set-up the Gateshead Paranormal Society last year with a former colleague who also had a keen interest in ghosts.
And he was approached by the homeowner earlier this year while investigating some unusual goings-on at the Red Kite pub in Winlaton Mill.
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