Nevada: Woman faints after being touched by flying object

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LAS VEGAS, NV (CNN) — A mysterious zip of light was caught on camera at a haunted museum in Las Vegas.

No one knows for sure what the light was, but it did affect one visitor.

Video recorded Friday inside of the Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum shows a woman faint just moments after she was touched by a mysterious flying object.

“She literally hit her head right about here and slid down the cabinet.”

Let’s slow down so you can get a good look at what appears to be a little ball of light zip through.

Zak Bagans and his crew say there’s no doubt in their mind that what you see in this video, is a spirit.

“A spirit orb, spirits can manifest in these orbs of light. A lot of times, when spirits touch you, they can drain your energy and it can happen quite quickly. When that happens, you literally can go down.”

Most folks don’t buy it.

People on social media saying, ‘cut it out, it’s just a bug’ and ‘there’s no way this woman was actually touched by a spirit.’

“It moved way too fast to be a bug. Bugs have to be close to the camera, and they don’t move laterally, meaning they’re not going to touch something and move away. They’re going to keep going in the direction they were flying.”

“It wasn’t a bug.”

We showed the video to people lining up to tour the museum.

“I don’t know what that is, a spirit? A ghost? Hopefully not a ghost!”

“I don’t know, there’s a lot of energies in there. Could be anything.”

Although the video raised some questions for those preparing to walk the haunted hallways, it wasn’t enough to stop them from heading in and seeing for themselves.

“Now that you saw the video, do you have any second thoughts?”

“We’re still doing it.”

Whatever that light was, it didn’t cause any serious injuries to the woman who fainted. She’s doing just fine.

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(This story was originally published on June 25, 2019)

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