Friday, November 11, 2016

Ghost Wants a Drink

This video footage from a restaurant in West York recently has been going around the Internet. It appears to show a glass on the bar moving by itself, which could be a sign of paranormal activity. According to the owner, the restaurant was recently remodeled and afterwards a number of strange things started happening near the bar. This is the first one, though, that was captured on video.

Spooky video CCTV footage taken at a New York Italian Kitchen shows the moment a glass mysteriously topples off a tray at a restaurant - which the owner blames on a GHOST. Technically, ghosts don't have the ability to move objects. That's what poltergeists do.

But back to the incident, which happened at 6.55pm on Saturday. Shaun Deakin, the owner of the restaurant in Wakefield, West Yorks., said it is not the first time ghostly goings on have been reported since he opened three months ago. He said: "Ever since we did the fit out, there's been a few unusual things going on, all in one area.

"There's champagne glasses in the bar and one day, six of them just came flying out. We kind of ignored it but then there was another incident when a member of staff was walking with a tray of glasses. He said he felt like someone smashed the tray from underneath and the glasses went everywhere."

Other incidents have occurred also. "We have radios that we use between the front of house and kitchen, with screw dials on top. One day, a staff member went to pick the radio up and the screw at the top was missing. As they were looking for it, it was pushed out in front of them."

One technical point - while some paranormal investigators make a distinction between "ghosts" and "poltergeists," many others do not. And according to the quantum information model of magick, a spirit is a spirit is a spirit. Some are just stronger than others, with some small percentage strong enough to occasionally move physical objects.

Anyway, I would have to see the site in question to verify that this really is paranormal activity. One possibility that I can think of right off the bat is some sort of change to the building that resulted in increased vibrations near the bar. Champagne glasses are tall and narrow, and maybe something like that could knock them over. Still, I'm surprised that nobody mentions noticing a vibration that strong.

If this is a ghost, it should be pointed out that this is a classic case of a spirit interacting in some manner that doesn't appear to be electromagnetic in nature, as per the previous discussion here about the possible interaction of spirits and EMF. Glasses are completely non-magnetic, so whatever the spirit did, it appears to be employing some other kind of force.

At any rate, if I'm ever in the area I'll have to check this place out and see if I can sense anything around the bar. As paranormal videos go, this one is fairly good, and I think there's a decent chance that something paranormal might be going on.

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