First of its kind ghost was
caught on film at Marathon gas station in Parma, Ohio.
With the constantly rising gasoline prices, this piece of
entertainment news gives a whole new meaning the the phrase
"ghost town". The picture on the left was taken at a gas
station in Parma, Ohio, a small town just outside of Cleveland.
The ghost was caught by the security cameras at the Marathon and
allegedly "danced" around the filling pumps for over half an
hour, before disappearing.
Ghost hunters and curious locals have
been flooding the gas station in hopes to see the blue ghost
again, some claiming that the gas station could have been built
on an ancient Indian burial grounds. But cool-heads warn that
the image could just be one of an off-focus plastic bag flying
in the wind. "I actually watched it for 30 minutes and then
actually I watched it move and that is when I got freaked out,"
said the gas station owner, who is getting plenty of business
thanks to the blue ghost. You can watch the video of the ghost
(or plastic bag) below and make up your own mind.