I’m not sure what this is EXACTLY because data is missing from the news story. But from what we are given, this is far less than “chilling” and no evidence for “head of a saint hovering in mid-air”
Tourists are flocking to a church after reports that the ghost of a long-dead saint has been spotted.
There have been reports that the spirit of Saint Oliver Plunkett has been seen in St Peter’s parish church in the centre of Drogheda, Co Louth.
A video which claims to show the head of the martyred saint hovering in mid-air has become a sensation on YouTube.
It was shot just a few metres from a glass case which contains the actual head of the saint who was put to death in London in 1681.
Note “glass case”. That’s important.
Oh I know, it’s the Mirror again. The quality of content is extremely poor and meant for gradeschoolers. Anyone age 12 or up should be able to pick up the fact that this is clearly a reflection of something behind the camera person.
Notice that ceiling lights are reflected as she moves the camera downward. Then the camera is held still. It appears something in the background, perhaps other people in the area, are also reflected in the dark spot. Sure it looks like a face, but so do many reflections. And they AREN’T faces.
Honestly, ghost evidence is so utterly pathetic these days, it’s a joke. It’s been nice for tourism, though.