Woman Claims To See Husband In New Facebook Video Nine Years After He Died
A woman in the UK has social media users begging for more information after she commented on a Facebook video posted by a restaurant in the village of Westbourne. According to The Mirror, Spice Cottage posted the video showing tables full of people enjoying their meals, as you can see below. Lucy Watson asked when the video was taken because she claims to have spotted her husband in it. Here’s the thing: her husband died nine years ago.
Lucy Watson’s exact comment was, “How old is the footage? My late husband and his son are on the first shot and he died in 2014??” Old videos are used all the time, but the owners of the Indian restaurant responded and said that the video “was recorded last week.” How can that be?
Neither the Watson nor Spice Cottage has said any more about it, and commenters are desperate to know more about the situation. Some folks have come up with their own theories, including one that the video and Watson’s comment are part of a bizarre marketing ploy. Another commenter claimed that Lucy Watson’s Facebook account was fake.
Did Lucy Watson really see her husband in the video? Was it his ghost? Did he fake his own death nine years ago? I’m leaning toward the idea that the restaurant used old video footage for the ad but, for whatever reason, said it was new. And maybe it is just some roundabout social media marketing. I’m fairly certain that if Lucy Watson’s husband had gone to all the trouble of faking his own death, he wouldn’t have stayed so close to home.
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Just How Many Ghosts Reside North Carolina?
Do you believe in ghosts? If you do, you’ll possibly be delighted to know that one of the most haunted states is North Carolina. Halloween is just a week away and if you prefer to get your haunts a little more “real” than haunted trails and theme parks you’re in luck. A new report by SlotSource.com reveals the most haunted states in the US based on the number of ghostly sightings. These are just documented sightings in 2022 reported to GhostsOfAmerica.com. Something tells me the numbers that go unreported are way higher! So just how many ghosts are among the residents of North Carolina?
First, let’s start at the top. Texas comes in as the most haunted with just under 5,000 reported sightings in 2022. That is actually pretty wild when you think about it. That’s around 13 ghost sightings per day in Texas. But compared to the total population, you’re still not all that likely to actually encounter a spirit. I do enjoy the creepy tales on ghost tours when I visit new cities, however, I’m not sure how I would react (or if I’d believe it) if I actually encountered a ghost. Part of me does believe but I’m also skeptical. I am not one of the 726 people who have seen a ghost or ghosts in North Carolina this year (or ever).
If you have I’d love to hear the story though so make sure to reach out! Keep reading to see the Top 20 Most Haunted States, ranked by reported ghost sightings. And keep reading at the end of the article to see 13 places in the Carolinas that are said to have their own resident ghosts. You’ve probably visited one or two of them!