Watch: eerie anomaly filmed by dascham in Singapore

A strange piece of dashcam footage from a car in Singapore may show an apparition lingering on the median of a busy roadway.

Filmed as a motorist zipped along Upper Bukit Timah Road at night, the spooky video seems to have captured what appears to be a person either hovering over or standing on the concrete barrier.

The incongruous and dangerous location of the anomaly led many observers to wonder if the oddity is actually the ghost of someone who may have died in an accident on the road.

Skeptics, however, argue that the 'spirit' is actually a living person who is foolishly attempting to cross the road, although that explanation may be harder to believe than the ghost theory.

With that in mind, what's your take on what was captured in the weird footage? Let us know at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.


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(Source:; March 13, 2018;
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