Naturally, there's a huge possibility that this is all video edited to make it appear as such. However, security camera footage taken at the IGA store in Brompton, South Australia shows a pack of Fruit Roll-Ups being thrown to between and 18 and 36 feet away from its original location. It occurs despite no one being visible nearby.
Owner Norm Hurst bought the store in October. The prior owners told him to expect the unexpected. He said,
"The previous owners told me it was haunted. I thought, 'Yeah, whatever.' But since we've owned the place, strange things have happened. What's most shocking to Hurst is the vigor with which the Roll-Ups are flung, the Herald Sun reported.
"One of the cameras shows the packet of Roll-Ups just arriving on the ground ... it has not just slid off, it has been thrown out of the pasta, yet the Roll-Ups are kept 12 metres away," Hurst said.
If you believe in ghosts, then perhaps the theory given by the stars of the Australian morning talk show Sunrise On 7 rings true to you. They suggest the haunting is connected with the 1998 death of a boxer who was gunned down on the sidewalk outside of the store.
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