Workers at a London pub have been left spooked after ghostly goings-on were caught on camera.
Hackney-based MEATmission – a branch of popular food chain MEATliquor – has been flooded with rumours of “hauntings” ever since it opened.
One particular CCTV footage – obtained exclusively by Daily Star Online – has sent chills down the spine of those who work there.
It shows general manager Jess sitting at a table on her laptop on October 21.
No one else appears to be in the room but then, suddenly, two lights begin moving above her head.
Clearly spooked, Jess looks up at the strange sight before the clip comes to an end.
Another clip was posted to MEATmission’s Facebook page and soon went viral.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, the general manager said: “I’ve been working here for over four years and there are always weird things happening.
“[Anything from] lights flickering, glasses smashing without being touched, sauce bottles falling on their own accord and sometimes there’s an eerie feeling but I just put it down to the age of the building but now, seeing this, I’m pretty terrified.”
The team started digging into the history of the building and discovered it was originally a Christian mission that was bombed during WW2.
It was then rebuilt in 1952 with stained glass windows and had a confessional box to add to its spookiness.
Scott Collins – owner of MEATmission – also weighed in on the spooky happenings.
He told this site he was sceptical of the rumours until he saw the footage.
“I’ve always put the strange goings-on down to hallucinatory drugs,” he said.
“Having seen the CCTV I may have to reduce my microdose.
“It’s all good fun though – we welcome all ghost hunters.”
It comes after Daily Star Online revealed how drinkers at a 300-year-old Brit pub claimed they were being terrorised by “sex-mad ghosts”.