On July 28, 2017, Frank Ramirez posted a video to his Facebook page that showed him dealing with a real-life poltergeist in his Texas motel room. The ghost video quickly went viral, not just because it offered proof of the existence of ghosts, but also because no one was able to debunk his claims. However, upon careful study of this video of a ghost in a hotel room, it becomes obvious that Ramirez more than likely faked this haunting.
However, just because this ghost viral video was probably fabricated doesn’t mean that ghosts don’t exist. There are plenty of real paranormal activity cases that will make your skin crawl. For a complete breakdown of Ramirez's creepy ghost video from Texas and how it was probably faked, read on below. You can decide for yourself whether the hotel room poltergeist is real or a figment of Ramirez's imagination.
The EncounterVideo: YouTube
Who's On The Other Line?
All Of The Objects Fly Towards Ramirez
Why Film Your Ghost Video At 240p?
Did Ramirez Put The Cups Back, Or Was It The Ghost?
The Towel Moves Before It's Supposed To