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Eerie video captures moment ‘ghost’ moves puppy’s ball baffling owner

The ball appears to be ‘pushed’ in a totally new direction at the Salthouse Pet Boarding and Freedom Parks in Staffordshire – despite there being nothing there, leaving viewers baffled

Spooky moment ‘ghost’ moves French Bulldog’s ball at freedom park

The owner of two French bulldogs has left people stunned after sharing a strange video which seems to capture a ‘poltergeist’ playing with her dogs.

The woman had been to visit an indoor play barn, and had been rolling a ball around for her dogs to chase.

But then she captured the moment the ball took a sharp right turn as though it had been pushed.

However, there was nothing there, The Star reports.

The supernatural experience happened at Salthouse Pet Boarding and Freedom Parks in Staffordshire.

The customer sent business owner Rachael Henshall the spooky video, in which the ball totally changes direction.

You can see the pup chase after the ball before it weirdly alters its path, leaving viewers baffled.

The French bulldog chases the ball, which moves completely out of its original path


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Rachael, who runs the Staffordshire-based secure dog play area, said she’s never experienced anything paranormal in the barn – but others have.

She said: “I’ve never noticed anything in the barns, although my partner says he sees figures in the farmhouse sometimes.”

Rachael shared the video on the Salthouse Pet Boarding Facebook page, with followers attempting to explain away the phenomenon.


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One said: “There’s a bump in the grass!”

But Rachael said: “That would make sense – as would there’s a string on the ball – but I can promise there isn’t.”

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