A haunted school where a ‘ghost’ was previously captured violently shaking lockers on camera has been filmed striking again.
Deerpark CBS in Cork, Ireland, posted another video to YouTube, showing a whole load of paranormal activity happening at about 5:30 in the morning last week.
The school, which is around 200-years-old, is said to be one of the oldest in the city and a hive for ‘ghosts’.
The new video shows another part of the school corridor with a stack of lockers outside classrooms and chairs.
However, out of nowhere, the chairs start to move in all directions and a piece of cardboard comes flying from the wall.
The video comes just weeks after the school uploaded eerie footage to their Facebook page, after filming some creeping happenings during the night.
“Anyone have the number for ghostbusters?” the school captioned the video, which showed a school corridor they claim is haunted by a poltergeist.
The video starts out normal until you hear a loud bang, which sounds like a door slamming and then the locker to the left of the screen begin to shake aggressively.
Papers are then shown flying out before a sign is thrown across the floor.
However many thought it might have been a prank, as the school hosted a Halloween event in October.
“We can't explain the footage, but we invite people to make up their own minds on Sunday 29th October - we are holding an event at the school called 'FearPark*, Deerpark CBS Principal Kevin Barry told Irish publication Independent.ie at the time.
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