We have all heard that ghosts live in haunted, abandoned warehouses and come out only in the night to scare people. But, if they do exist, then how do they travel longer distances? Surely all that flying around must be tiring.
Well, we have some proof that they may drive around when they feel like.
A new video shows a car, that appears out of thin air, on a road in Russia. Since it was uploaded to Youtube on the 13th of March this year, it has gone viral, while at the same time remaining mysterious. The video footage has left people all across the world trying to figure out where the car came from.
The story in the video begins when a car is waiting behind a BMW at a busy junction, during a stop light. The camera is in the above mentioned car, and the footage is shot from that perspective.
After a few seconds, the lights change and the cars begin to move. They are about to turn left at the crossroads, and the BMW that is in front of the car is almost across this intersection.
However, as the BMW finishes the turn left, he is abruptly interrupted by the front of a car that appears from nowhere! This causes a minor accident, and the driver of the car with the camera in it shouts in dismay when he sees the ‘ghost car’.
Since it was uploaded, the video has received well over two million views. People who have seen it are trying to come up with various theories on how it could have happened. However, some other have said that the video could be a fake.
One of the users on Youtube has said that if one looks closely under a tram which is in the video, at about 7-8 seconds, one can see the reflection of the headlights of the car. This suggests that the car took the lane next to the tram, and it was not a ‘ghost’.
Another person says that the car in question may have come from the same road as the tram, but probably jumped the traffic lights. The BMW driver did not see him until the last moment, but there was another car near the BMW that did see the ghost car, and hit the brakes.
In addition to this, a person said that the reflection of the lights of the ghost car is visible underneath the BMW, on closer inspection. This means that the driver of the ghost car may have come towards the BMW at a high speed and then slowed down to pass behind the first car from the BMW’s lane that turned left.