'Ghost' caught on CCTV at Dover Castle

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Owen Weldon
CCTV footage shows a shadowy figure walk slowly across an entrance to Dover Castle in England. A security guard is then seen looking around for the figure.
Admiralty Pier at Shakespeare Beach  Dover  UK.
Admiralty Pier at Shakespeare Beach, Dover, UK.
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According to Mirror, the video clip is one minute and 11 seconds long, and a user by the name of Spyder1spanner2 uploaded the video to YouTube.
The video shows a wispy figure right by an entrance to the castle, located in Kent county, and then in simply disappears. After the figure disappears, a security guard looks around.
The footage was uploaded back in 2011, but it was taken two years before that. One person left a comment on the video, saying that the footage was great and it looked like it tried to manifest.
According to AOL, the caption to the video says that it is not fake and it was filmed on CCTV on to a mobile.
The video has recently gone viral, and as of now it has more than 128,000 views.
Dover Castle is a medieval castle in Dover, Kent county, and out of all the castles in England, it is the largest one.
The castle has been described as the "Key to England" because of its defensive significance throughout its history. Dover Castle was founded back in the 12th century, but today guests are able to visit the castle and explore the wartime tunnels, as well as the rooms and courts. Ghost tours are also held their every Halloween.