Now, this is spooky.

I'm in a very popular group on Facebook focused on Fort Hood, Texas, and one of its members posted these pictures.

Here's the first one. Nothing out of the ordinary, right?

Cassidy T. Vines/ Facebook
Cassidy T. Vines/ Facebook
loading...

But after a motion detector alert went off,  the following image was displayed:

attachment-front ghsot image
loading...

 

Let's see that one again:

Cassidy T. Vines/ Facebook
Cassidy T. Vines/ Facebook
loading...

If you are confused as to what you saw with your own eyes, let me help you out.

According to what  Cassidy Vines posted in What's Happening In Fort Hood:

"Can someone pls tell me what I’m looking at? 😅😅 No one was at home when this showed up this morning. We hadn’t been home since Monday."

Cassidy T. Vines/Facebook
Cassidy T. Vines/Facebook
loading...

So what is that?

Some dust in the lens?

A shadow?

A ghost?

A spirit?

If it's a spirit, is it a good one or a bad one?

Whatever you come up with, let us know. I asked Cassidy if she's going to move.

Her reply was, "unfortunately not until May, so I'm bout to die probably" .

As one of the hilarious comments read:  "Just be nice to the ghosts and then give them the wifi password, that'll keep em busy".

Good luck, Cassidy!

Check Out These 10 Horrifying Ghost Legends From Texas

Here comes 10 ghost legends from the state of Texas:

Famous declassified government secrets

Stacker looks at the top 30 declassified government secrets, from Operation Paperclip to previously unknown Cold War facts. There’s no conspiracy in these slides—these government secrets are all true to history.