Constance: Jails themselves are born of tragedy. Beastly, industrial compounds erected to house the lost and the damned. Constance: With over 10.5 million men and women being housed in them worldwide… Constance: Obviously some of the world’s worst criminals are going to call them home. Constance: Criminals who have committed acts so terrible that even the worst paranormal events in history can’t compare. Constance: These are the tragedy makers of the world. Constance: The people for whom 6,125 jails and prisons exist in the United States alone. Constance: Life inside these walls, built in the name of blood and chaos, can be as harrowing and… Constance: …terrifying as the crimes that inspired their construction. Constance: With 3,351 deaths occurring in jails and prisons yearly in the United States alone… Constance: You have to wonder how many souls linger behind? Constance: Trapped behind bars much like these ones. Forever searching for their parole…in the afterlife. Constance: We may have a real-life case of this coming all the way from Serbia. I’m Constance Wilmenson and you’re watching Week In Weird. Constance: In Trstenik Serbia, a woman rushed into the police station making claims that a ghostly figure had been following her through the town festival. Constance: Jumping from lamppost to lamppost in it’s paranormal pursuit. Constance: It’s not uncommon for police officers to receive reports about paranormal activity. Constance: However, it is very common for them to dismiss those claims as…. Constance: …flight of fancy or to file them away in a dusty corner of the office. Constance: The video you just watched was taken by the officers working at the jail cell that night. Constance: Um, and it was taken moments after the woman came in and made her claim about a supernatural stalker. Constance: Obviously the video was closely scrutinized by the officers as they saw a very strange figure… Constance: …walk seemingly through solid walls and the jail cell bars. Constance: The real question we want to ask ourselves here is whether this figure could have been the same one the woman was talking about. Constance: Having followed her all the way through the town festival and to the jail. Constance: When the prisoners held in the cells were questioned… Constance: …they said that they didn’t remember hearing or seeing anything out of the ordinary during this season CCTV recording. Constance: The officers in the video sound truly, genuinely baffled by the images that they’re seeing on the screen. Constance: But we here at GG13 still have to ask the question of is it real? Constance: In the video you can see that the officers are playing back footage repeatedly from a recording. Constance: So they’re not watching it via a live feed. Constance: They shuttle back and forth in the recording and film it with a low-res phone camera. Constance: So the question is were the officers just using their creative talents to amuse themselves and possibly the internet during a really slow third shift? Constance: Filming it with a phone camera on a TV to give it an air of authenticity? Constance: Or is this the ghost of a creeping convict? Who’s haunting the halls of the place where it spent it’s final days? Constance: Could this be the same leaping figure that turned a night of celebration into a night of terror for a young Serbian woman? Tell us what you think in the comments below and we’ll see you next Wednesday on Week In Weird.