Local Brompton IGA store could be haunted
CCTV footage captures stock being thrown around
You decide: Watch the video below
THE South Australian town of Brompton is a little spooked after CCTV video captured what appears to be proof that their local IGA is haunted.
Last Thursday night, owner Norm Hurst closed up, leaving the shop in ship-shape condition.
But at 11.30pm, the CCTV cameras mysteriously switched on to capture a packet of Roll-Ups in the middle of aisle.
Doesn't sound too spooky, right? Could be explained away?
Well, the story gets even stranger when you consider that the roll-ups are kept 12 metres, an aisle and a corner away.
The CCTV footage above clearly shows the Roll-Up packet being flung into the middle of the aisle - from the pasta section, no less.
"One of the cameras shows the packet of Roll-Ups just arriving on the ground...it's not just slid off, it's been thrown out of the pasta, yet the roll-ups are kept 12 metres away," Mr Hurst told Adelaide Now.
Mr Hurst bought the store in October 2011, and was warned by the previous owners that the shop was haunted.
He was sceptical - until now.
Is there a logical explanation, or is it something more supernatural? Watch the video above and decide.