Second Video of Purported Poltergeist Comes from Irish School


Deerpark CBS, in Cork city, Ireland, has uploaded a second video to YouTube that appears to show paranormal activity in the school.

The second video was reportedly captured by the school's motion-activated security cameras around 5:30 a.m. on October 26th, several weeks after the first video surfaced.  

The new footage features strange slamming sounds, falling backpacks, posters flying off of the walls, and chairs being mysteriously moved across the floor.

Principal Kevin Barry commented on the original video that he had heard of unusual phenomena happening in the school, but wasn't sure if what was caught on film was a prank or not.

“We do feel there is something strange going on because people do get from time to time a real chill in the air when they go past that area," said Barry.

“I’m a sceptic myself but we said we’d throw it up on our Facebook page, simply because we don’t know is this a prank or what?"

The school dates back to 1828, and is the oldest on the south side of Cork city.

"Our caretaker has worked in the school for over 30 years, he recalls many stories of ‘paranormal activity,'" Headteacher Aaron Wolfe said of the school.

"For example on one occasion the school was hosting an exotic bird show, and the birds arrived the day before, because the organisers were worried that someone might break in and steal the birds, someone had to stay overnight."

"That person left the school in the middle of the night – they refused to stay any longer as they said that they heard ‘the last call’ being played on a trumpet – of course this could have just been the wind?!"

This latest video was uploaded just three days in advance of the school's "Fearpark" Halloween event on October 29th.

Tobias Wayland