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Watch: Creepy video footage shows ‘soul’ leaving a body in a China hospital

The eerie viral video shows a translucent figure leaving the body of a dead woman in an abandoned room in a hospital.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
August 28, 2016 7:43:28 pm


ghost soul cctv_759_YT Real or fake, this video does give you the chills. (Source: Youtube)

What happens after death? Is there a soul? Are there ghosts? These are questions that have plagued mankind ever since we can remember. There are places we don’t go to because they’re believed to be haunted, and those who chase ghosts – yes, there are people like that – follow the signs and energy to try and spot, experience and explain supernatural occurrences.

Well, irrespective of whether one believes in ghosts and souls or not, it cannot be denied that the concept of paranormal activity definitely attracts a lot of attention and interest. The Internet is choc-a-clock full of videos showing strange occurrences, eerie encounters, inexplicable movements in rooms/hotels/mansions, and adding to the mix is yet another such video that is said to have originated in China.

According to a report by the Daily Star, the video was apparently captured on July 20, 2014, but has been going viral since it was uploaded on Youtube recently. In the creepy video, a dead body is seen lying on a stretcher in a hospital, with a white sheet draped over it. As the body of the woman lays in the dark room, a translucent figure starts to appear from within the body.

The glowing spectre rises from the body, gets up and then vanishes.

The video has been shared many times and has even been uploaded multiple times on Youtube. The video has received mixed responses across the website, with some saying they think it’s the soul leaving the body, while others taking a more sceptical view of it – offering explanations like CGI to photomerging.

Watch the video here.

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