Woman shares freaky security footage of ‘ghost’ removing dog’s collar
A woman took to TikTok to share a piece of pet cam footage that shows a “ghost” undoing the collar from her dog’s neck just moments after it went stiff and stopped barking
TikTok users are freaking out over the most ‘convincing’ ghost video they’ve ever seen.
Dog owner Shannyfantg was rewatching security footage of her dogs when she saw what she believes is a ‘ghost’.
She shared the clip on her account @user3228721954538, and urged viewers to watch the black dog carefully.
She wrote: “Sorry for the obnoxious barking at the beginning. Watch my black dog. Ghost takes her collar off in her crate.”
In the video, her two dogs, both in separate crates, are barking at each other.
They continue to do this non-stop, until about 25 seconds into the footage, when the animals fall completely quiet – and stand alert for some time.
The black dog, which is in the cage on the right, starts whimpering and suddenly rears back into the cage as far as it can, when its collar randomly falls off.
This is what convinced its owner that there was a ‘ghost’ – and she’s not the only one that thinks it.
Since being posted, the video has racked up more than one million likes and thousands of comments from people who say it’s a ghost too.
One person said: “I’ve never seen such a convincing ghost video.”
Another wrote: “They both got super quiet… they felt the energy.”
A third commented: “The silence was unsettling.”
Someone else put: “Something that messes with the dogs doesn’t sit right with me.”
Others suggested that the collar got caught on one of the bars of the metal crate, causing it to come loose.
They said: “Collar was stuck on crate, when the dog turns his head it unbuckled. The dog got startled at the collar unbuckling and jumped back. Cmon people.”
“The only thing that would make sense – BESIDES A GHOST (which I believe in) is the collar was too tight, the dog turned its neck and made it snap off. Dog gets scared and jumps back.”
But not everyone was convinced as the dog was ‘nowhere near the sides of that crate for it to be stuck on anything’.