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Security video records ghostly vibes in CU
ANDERSON, S.C. (6/9/09)--Anderson City Employees FCU, located in the South Carolina city's brand new Municipal Business Center, is experiencing some otherworldly vibes in the form of not-yet-explained moving blurs picked up by its security camera. The moving blur is white and floats around the room to a chair, sits down and disappears. Sometimes there are two blurs (KFOR.com June 5). The local NBC affiliate, KFOR, has the sightings on a video. Use the resource link to view it. The sightings began last month after security guard Rob Colbert spotted movement out of the corner of his eye while working late. He checked the security tape. It had captured the movement. The blurs always occur in the same office. The most recent visit was last Thursday morning. The center's IT director, Mark Cunningham, checked the cameras and found nothing wrong. The credit union closed the blinds to avoid any reflections from outside. But the apparition showed up again--this time more clearly. IT cleaned the camera lens and resealed the camera cover, but the image reappeared. It doesn't cause any trouble and the credit union has nicknamed it "Clair, for clairvoyant." The new center was built on a former service station lot but no one know of any ghosts lurking about. "If it is a ghost, maybe it's Casper the friendly ghost," Frances Parham, CEO of the $1.6 million asset credit union, told the television reporters.
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