California Restaurant Says It’s Haunted And Here’s Why It’s Not A Joke
A footage was captured of a local bar in The Ventura, California that shows that the claim to be haunted may not be a Halloween prank. The video was taken by the security camera of Cronies which is an old one and shows a chair falling without any human contact.
A newer footage shows that a chair tipped backwards and went back to its position and shocked a customer who even got up to check it. The Cronies co-owner Dave Foldes called the entire scenario “pretty creepy” in an interview with CBI Los Angeles and the general manager of the Ventura branch called the place “haunted”. Watch the second video below.
The restaurant has had no such problems for 27 years of its existence and Foldes even believe that if there is a possibility of a ghost then they are the ‘good spirits’. He even referred to two deceased customers who passed away 25 years ago and were regulars at the restaurant.
“Whenever something funny happens, we always blame it on them,” he said further stating that there is no prank behind these videos and that they are real.