Ever wonder what it would look like to hit a ghost with a car? Wonder no more
Have you ever wondered what it would look like to hit a ghost with a car? A police dash cam may have answered that question.
One of the criteria I use when I’m looking for videos to post is my own personal reaction. As I’ve stated repeatedly, I won’t post anything that I think is suspicious, and a lot of that comes down to a gut feeling.
That doesn’t mean I don’t have questions and suspicions about some of the clips I’ve posted, but if I instantly watch it and dismiss it, I won’t touch it.
The same is true on the other end of the spectrum, and when a video freaks me out a bit, I dig it.
The clip below was reportedly recorded in 2001 by the dashboard camera of a police cruiser. The date and time stamp attest to that, and then it- you know what, it’s best just to watch it.
As with all the videos, I can’t speak to the authenticity of the clip below. I’ve done some digging, and no one has officially debunked it. The only real criticism I’ve seen pointed out is that the clock on the camera is in 12-hour format rather than military time.
That’s perhaps a legitimate suspicion, although naturally it was posted by a guy with all the social skills of a pile of shit. It wasn’t enough to raise this concern, it was stated and then also pointed out that anyone that sees that time mark and doesn’t realize it is fake is a subhuman.
So naturally I spent way too much time looking to debunk the debunker.
It was also pointed out by someone with some social skills that cops – at least back in 2001 – could typically set the date preference however they wanted, plus some counties and cities just preferred the 12-hour format. I honestly don’t know.
What I do know is that the clip gave me the chills. Maybe it’s fake, maybe it’s real, but it is intense.
After the main event, keep watching in the distance for another creepy spotting.
Check it out and enjoy.