The mayor of a small town located in Colombia posted a video on his page on the social network, which puzzled and at the same time shocked many users. It is noticeable how something invisible, resembling a ghost, attacks his guard. The weird incident was reported by the New York Post.
Jose Manuel Rios Morales posted a video on August 3 and added that he is convinced that faith has great power. The official added that the strange attack happened directly in his office while the guard was on a night patrol.
“I want to share this video with you today, emphasizing that as mayor I am convinced of the irresistible power of faith,” Armenia’s Mayor Jose Manuel Rios Morales wrote over the August 3 Facebook video.
According to Newsflash, the official claimed the ghost attack occurred at his office while security guards were conducting night patrols.
The video is one minute long. On it you can see a guard who slowly moves along the corridor, and then sharply crashes into the wall. One gets the impression that he was pushed there by some very strong creature, which is not noticeable in the video.
After that, the guard tried to crawl across the floor, but he failed. It seems that some kind of invisible force pulls the man along. The footage ends with the other two guards rushing to help the victim when they noticed what was happening.
The mayor of the city noted that people should not worry about the presence of ghosts on the premises of the government. He also added that a dedicated team of professionals has been hired to help exorcise invisible creatures so they don’t harm anyone else. The mayor urged people to believe in the protection of the Lord and not to panic.
“I want to give everyone a little peace of mind and let them know that in the company of the bishop and other religious leaders, we will bring God’s blessing to every corner of this workplace,” the government leader said. “We ask for respect and unity in prayer and assure you that nothing can steal our peace and tranquility because we are protected by the hand of our Lord.”