16 Creepiest Things Ever Caught On Security Camera

A Disappearing Bike

“I used to have an apartment pretty close to my office. The office building was kind of off on its own relative to the city’s commercial district. I sold the apartment and before moving into my new home, I left my bicycle chained to the building’s bike rack. It was only going to be there for a few days in that no man’s land before I was able to move into the new place. Anyway, one day in the middle of the week, I come into the office, walk past the bike rack and notice that it’s completely empty. The building has a bunch of security cameras and one more or less is facing the bike rack. I sit and watch the security tape with the IT guy. We’re watching, see everyone leave the office the night before, see the bike, keep watching, then all of a sudden poof, bike gone. We slowed the tape down and it seemed like when you’re watching digital cable or satellite and the image gets garbled. Literally, it was bike there, then poof gone. In the tape’s time stamp it literally happened in one second. I assume my bike got taken to the upside down.” —Reddit user tjs252

A Masked Man Trying To Get Inside

In the span of one week, a masked man tried to break into one Connecticut home three times. Fortunately, the home had a video doorbell installed and was able to work with local police to get the would-be crook behind bars. Still, that doesn’t make the image of the intruder’s face any less terrifying. “He’s somebody who’s going to come in the house when we’re home, and I don’t know what his intentions are,” Sandy told local news channel WSFB. “It’s the unknown that’s more frightening than anything else.”

A Strange Man And Frozen Footage

“I used to work at a place which was required to be manned 24 hours a day … Anyways, security is kind of tight. Bars on windows, multiple locked doors to get to where I am. They would give me work to do during the night, but underestimated how quickly I could get it done … So now it is getting to be the last third of my shift when all of the sudden I hear a door close. I look at the security camera and see someone walking down a hall towards my room. At first, I thought it was just somebody that came in (ridiculously) early, so I turn around and wait for them to come in. But nobody came in, and the hairs start rising on my back. Now, this isn’t a really big building so I figure I’ll find the guy wherever he is. I start checking offices and storage rooms but come up empty-handed, however, I do see that a fire door had shut. I go to try and rewind the camera, but the digital recording is password protected and I don’t know the password. Anyways the whole thing freaked me out, the way the person was walking down the hallway, like a determined walk right to where I was. So, I sit with my spine tingling for the last couple hours of my shift and finally people start coming in, my replacement shows up and I tell her what I saw and at this point, I figured I must have imagined the whole thing. I’m told to go home and the manager and girl who replaced me would look over the camera. After getting home I call my manager and ask what was on the camera. So they said that the video showed the fire door closing but then the video froze for about an hour. The next thing it records is me reopening the door.” —Reddit user trudenter

An Injured Intruder

“I had been living with my godparents at the time. It was around 6 p.m. and my godfather gets back from work and asks why there is blood near the pool in the backyard. I had been in the room right next to the pool the whole time so I had no idea what he was talking about. We pull up the security footage and it shows a man jumping the fence in broad daylight, cutting himself with the barbed wire, and looking for ways to get into the house through the back. I was maybe 10 feet away from him at one point and did not hear a thing. Scary to think what could’ve happened if a window was open.” —Reddit user just-stoic


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