31 March 2018 | Your Stories
A fitness coach claims to have captured paranormal activity on camera inside a WWII plane believed to be haunted by the ghost of the female co-pilot.
Tony Ferguson left ‘freaked out’ after he claims a poltergeist threw his camera across the cabin of the plane before the spirit appeared as a white ‘angel’s feather’.
In the first of two spine-tingling videos, the 33-year-old asks whatever is haunting the former military seaplane to make itself known before a series of loud bangs echo through the empty cabin.
When he asked again for the entity to show itself, Tony’s camera – which had also been experiencing interference often associated with paranormal activity – was hurled to the ground.
Personal trainer Tony was so intrigued by his ‘horror movie’ encounter in October 2017 that he returned to the Short flying boat – the centrepiece at Southampton’s Solent Sky Museum – this month.
Entering the eerie aircraft again, Tony called out for the entity but this time captured amazing footage of what looks like a white feather appear out of nowhere and float across the cabin before vanishing again.
Tony, of Southampton, Hants, said: “I first visited the museum at the end of last year. As soon as I went into the plane I felt this pressure on my whole body and I had this horrible feeling of dread.
“I started filming and my camera kept going whacky. I had been filming earlier in the day without any problems and it’s been fine ever since.
“That kind of equipment interference is associated with paranormal activity and bad energy but I had never seen anything like it before – only in horror films.
“I knew there was something in there and I asked it to make itself known and suddenly there was this loud banging. It really freaked me out.
“I asked it again and my camera suddenly flew across the cabin onto the floor like something threw it. It really shocked me, it was frightening.
“I knew it must have been a poltergeist. Poltergeists are manifestations of bad energy and they never actually appear. Read the full article from the Mirror by clicking here.
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