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HAS GHOST HUNTER MARK CAPTURED SPIRIT ON FILM?

Byline: TOM HOUGHTON Reporter tom.houghton@walesonline.co.uk

APARANORMAL investigator says he has chilling footage which shows "ghosts" at an abandoned mental asylum in Wales.

The video, taken by Mark Vernon earlier this year, show what he calls a "shadow man" dash past the camera before a mist "rushes towards" him from the upstairs landing at the haunted Pool Parc in Ruthin, Denbighshire.

Mark, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, said: "We travel around the country helping people who suffer from paranormal problems, and I also look for interesting locations to go and investigate. "When I saw pictures of Pool Parc I saw it was right in the middle of nowhere. It looked lost and forlorn - an excellent location. It was all boarded up and there was a mist around."

Mark set up cameras to film for 10 hours. The first clip shows what he called a "shadowman" rushing past the camera at the former psychiatric hospital which at that time was referred to as a "mental asylum".

The light in the background is a motion detector camera, used to help capture images of the "ghost".

Mark said the "man" was difficult to catch clearly on film because it is a different frequency to humans. But because he positioned a second camera to film the eerie goings on, he caught it.

He claimed that on the visit, which took place in March, he found quite a few other spirits, including a "little girl" he kept hearing talk. He said: "She was saying 'There's a bad man over there.'" Then, while searching for more paranormal activity, he took the next video.

Mark said: "I was finding my bearings and looking for access to the upper floors, and came across this staircase at the back. When I checked the footage later I saw the mist rush towards me. It's some kind of spirit."

Mark and co-investigator Tony Love found so much activity, they are planning on going back to the building after Christmas.

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