Watch The Creepy Moment This Wet Floor Sign Starts Moving On Its Own

In movies, ghosts smash glasses, rip curtains, and open cabinets, but this security footage just might be proof of the cleanest ghost ever.

Recently, 31-year-old Kathy Round was straightening up a back room of the pub she co-manages when security footage caught something odd. She’d heard rumors that ghosts haunted the 200-year-old joint, but she never experienced anything herself. That is, until a wet floor sign and a mop started moving.

Watch the bizarre footage below. As soon as Round’s back is turned, the sign begins to move.

After she uploaded the video, she was contacted by paranormal investigators. They plan to go ghost hunting in the old pub. Hopefully, they’ll find an explanation for whatever caused this.

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Would you work in a haunted pub? Let us know in the comments. As long as the ghost was tidy, I don’t think I would mind!

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This Is The Perfect Two-Minute Horror Movie To Play At Your Halloween Party

One of my favorite parts of Halloween is watching as many scary movies as I can handle.

But for me, it’s way more fun when my family and friends join me for all the jump-scares and terrifying moments — even if I have to force them (or trick them) to sit through the films. That’s why I’m making it my mission to share this delightful piece of horror at every Halloween party I go to this year so I can enjoy all the collective terror.

The short film “Lights Out” won the Best Director award for the 2013 Who’s There Film Challenge, and you’ll soon see why…

Well, I’m leaving my lights on at night for the rest of eternity.

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Have fun giving nightmares to everyone you know! I definitely will.

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Looking For A Creepy Summer Home? How About The Amityville Horror House?

Even if you’re not a big fan of horror movies and supposed stories of true hauntings, you’ve probably at least heard about the infamous Amityville horror house.

That house, which is located at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York, is now for sale. The asking price is $850,000.

The story of this horror house begins in 1974. One fateful day that year, 23-year-old Ronald DeFeo went on a killing spree. By the end, both of DeFeo’s parents and all four of his siblings were dead.

Initially, DeFeo claimed that the murders were the work of a hitman, but he soon confessed and was sentenced to life in prison. He’s still behind bars today.

Not long after, the new owners of the home claimed to be haunted by several angry spirits. Their tales of paranormal activity became the basis for Jay Anson’s popular book “The Amityville Horror,”and for all subsequent films.

Despite widespread tales of ghosts and demons, there has never actually been a documented haunting on the property. Rather than the Amityville horror, locals refer to the rumor as the Amityville hoax.

(via Unexplained Mysteries)

Regardless of whether the house is haunted or not, the new owners could make a killing if they opened up an Amityville horror-themed bed and breakfast. (Okay, maybe “make a killing” isn’t the best phrase.)

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