Located in the United Kingdom, the pub Ye Old Man and Scythe was built way back in 1251, so it should probably come as no surprise that there are several stories that suggest paranormal activity in the bar. One such story claims that the historic pub is frequently visited by the Seventh Earl of Derby, James Stanley, who had his last meal there and was executed right outside of its doors.
Current manager Tim Dooley doesn't quite believe any of these stories, but his status as a paranormal skeptic was challenged last week, when the pub's security cameras captured something highly unusual.
The Blaze reports that Dooley found a glass smashed on the floor of the bar, when nobody was inside, and so he checked the security cameras and discovered that they mysteriously stopped working at 6:18am, on Valentine's Day. When he reviewed the footage prior to the cameras going dead, he got the shock of his life, and he now very much considers himself a believer of the paranormal.
Check out the spooky video below, and let us know what you make of it!
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