Supernatural Spinning Statue
Ever wonder what happens at a museum when no one's there? A "Night at the Museum" may have been accurate as we look at this time-lapsed video of a museum in England. The camera was set up for one week where a 4,000-year old statue began spinning...on it's own!
Scientist's say it's because of "differential friction," meaning vibrations from people walking by and traffic outside are causing it to move.
I think it's haunted because it doesn't spin ALL the time (Lol)! What do YOU think?
You Tube credit: Luke Lovelock