A ‘musical’ ghost has been caught wiggling instruments in a music shop.
The bone-chilling CCTV footage captured two guitars swaying slightly at 5.17am on a Wednesday in the GAK shop, North Laine, Brighton.
Half an hour later a price tag suddenly flies off a guitar and floats to the ground.
The coastal city was named one of Britain’s most haunted places to live in a 2016 by an online database.
Two guitars were filmed swinging slightly on the shelves of the haunted music shop in Brighton. The CCTV that caught the images is only activated by movement
Just 30 minutes after the guitars moved a price tag was mysteriously ripped off one of the guitars and sent tumbling to the floor. This happened at GAK shop on the North Laine earlier this week
CCTV cameras that captured the unexplained happenings were set to be triggered by movement, said videographer Mark Batch.
Only a month earlier a chilling video showed a pale form moving through the shop in daylight hours.
‘There is the occasional thing that happens, stuff falling over etc, but nothing concrete,’ said Mark as he talked about the chilling occurences.
‘Staff think it’s odd and a bit creepy but it hasn’t stopped anyone coming in.’
It isn’t the only spooky happening on North Laine, where the shop is based.
At a restaurant just five minutes away a knife was thrown through the air by an unseen hand.
A member of staff also said they saw a phantom old man in the basement.
The inside of the shop in Brighton. There have been several spooky occurrences in the area
The nearby Black Lion pub is said to be haunted by brewer and protestant martyr Deryck Carver, who was burned at the stake in 1555.
As many as 129 unexplained events have been recorded in the city.
The North Laine was first developed by King George IV, whose Royal Pavilion sits at the southern border of the district.
Today it is a popular shopping area with a bohemian atmosphere.
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