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New Jersey man captures strange light on surveillance camera

Strange light shoots from wall in an alleged haunted house
Strange light shoots from wall in an alleged haunted house
Kevin Hanley

A New Jersey man began to experience bizarre events in his home after his brother died. After weeks of strange things happening to him and his family, he decided to set up a motion-sensitive surveillance camera to document the odd occurrences, Ghost Study reported.

Kevin Hanley of Old Bridge, New Jersey recently submitted a photo to Ghost Study that he believes might be paranormal. In the photo, an odd beam of light can be seen coming from a wall then bouncing off of a filing cabinet, then back to the wall again.

"This is an image that set off my motion detection security. We have been experiencing strange things over the past few weeks and in June my youngest brother died a sudden unexpected death. We are wondering if it could be him. Don't get me wrong, we are not looking for contact or answers or anything like that. But if you were to ask anyone who knew my brother, they would say if there was a way to get through to us he would find it and I do believe that," Hanley said to Jim Eaton of Ghost Study.

Hanley's security camera was motion-activated and snapped a series of six still images when the light appeared. The anomaly appeared in the first photo and following five images were normal. Eaton believes that the anomaly might be a supernatural occurrence.

"It looks like it's coming in from the wall, making contact with the dresser, then quickly turns around and exits back through the wall. I think we can reasonably rule out dust or other airborne particles in front of the lens at the time," Eaton said.

What do you think the strange light is? Is it dust? Is it a hoax? Could it be a ghost? Post your opinion in the comment section below.

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