The pub manager shares a “freaky” clip claiming it shows a “thirsty ghost” having a drink

When you spend a night at the pub, what’s the last thing you probably expect to see? If you’ve answered a thirsty ghost, then you’re definitely looking for something…

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Oregon: CCTV captures glass that appears to move by itself in Tavern

A pub boss has claimed to have captured footage of the “ghost of a thirsty customer” sliding a pint glass across their “haunted” bar.

Workers at the Pine Tavern restaurant in Bend, Oregon, USA, were minding their own business and cleaning up when one of the employees suddenly felt a “chill” and a sense of not being alone.

In eerie CCTV footage, you can see the bartender clearing the counter when suddenly a half-full beer glass seems to move a few inches.

Then you can see him turn around and it seems to slide even further quickly.

The pub manager, who asked not to be named, said he had previously ridiculed claims the restaurant was haunted but is now convinced it may be.

He said the video looked “so unnatural” that he thought there was “an old regular who would like a beer.”

The glass appears to move in the clip


Kennedy News/Pine Tavern Restaurant)

The manager said it was ‘unnatural’


Kennedy News/Pine Tavern Restaurant)

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The creepy clip has gone viral online and has been viewed nearly 200,000 times – but there are some people who are skeptical of the video.

People accuse the venue of faking the haunting to attract business from lovers of the supernatural.

The pub manager said: “When I first saw it I thought it’s just so unnatural. The glass is moving so fast.

“There was no earthquake or anyone moving a huge truck down the street. It was late at night. There might have been condensation on the bar, but nothing that would make it fly like that.

“When the bartender told me he felt like there was something in the bar but it was just me and I upstairs. As we watched the footage, he immediately recognized that it felt like it.

“I believe in the paranormal more than before. I used to taunt people when they said, ‘Maybe it’s the ghost of the Pine Tavern,’ but maybe that’s it!”

“It’s a super old restaurant and I’m starting to think there’s a presence. Maybe it was one of the original owners or a really drunk old regular wanting a beer.

“We had ghost hunters calling to hunt the ghost. Two paranormal teams want to investigate.

“It was a really mixed reaction. People think we’re trying to trick people, and other people think so. People can decide what they want.”

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Kennedy News/Pine Tavern Restaurant)

The Pine Tavern claims to be the oldest restaurant in Bend and was established in 1936 to feed nearby loggers.

It is believed that the spirits of the previous owners haunt the building and both employees and customers sensed the presence of something supernatural inside.

The footage on Facebook is the first time they’ve managed to capture “evidence” of the paranormal activity.

The post from The Pine Tavern reads, “If this doesn’t give you the Heebie Jeebies, I don’t know what will!

“Tonight after our bartender closed he said he froze cleaning up and swears there was something with him in the bar.

“We had to review the footage. Pine Tavern has a long history of ghost stories, but this is the first paranormal thing we’ve ever caught on camera.”

Many viewers were impressed with the footage, and some suggested it might be the ghost caught on camera.

One commented: “OMG this is so awesome I love it!!!”

Another added: “This ghost wanted a drink lol.”

A bar worker said: “I just want to say to any people who are skeptical because all the glasses are in one spot on the bar, that’s normal.

“I work in a bar as a waiter and we always put our empty bar glasses on a square mat by the bar to go in the dishwasher. That’s trippy.”

But not all viewers were convinced.

One user commented, “Great gimmick for attention Pine Tavern!” They followed the post with a cry before laugh emoji.

A former employee commented, “I worked there. Heard ghost stories. If you actually watch the video it looks like the bartender has a remote control, coincidentally the glasses are the only ones on the bar in the only marked rectangle.”

That seems like wild lengths just to snap a few shots…

The Pine Tavern replied, “I assure you we don’t have remote control glasses.”

Another said: “As it slipped at six seconds then again at 12 seconds yes condensation would be the reason. If not, oh that’s cool I think.”

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