Former Subway worker captures eerie encounter on camera: 'I have goosebumps'

A former subway worker is understandably petrified after revisiting an old video from her fast food days and realizing that something was seriously scary.
Former employee Savannah Stuebs uploaded a video of the hair-raising incident to TikTok on October 8th.
Stuebs explained that she was going through her Snapchat memories when she came across the video and had to take a double take.
"I have never noticed it until today and couldn't stop thinking about it," she wrote.
In the video, which was recorded in a subway restaurant, a person (or a ghost?) Appears to be hiding in the trash can. When Stuebs zooms into the trash can, you can see the eyes and the outline of a nose very clearly.
Photo credit: Savannah Stuebs
"I literally get goosebumps," said Stuebs, referring to the strange character in her video. "What the hell is that…"
She wasn't the only one disturbed by the unidentifiable creature.
"I started crying when I saw it," said one person.
"The flashing omfggg that is so scary," added another.
"Whether it's staged or not, it really gets me down," commented a third.
In a follow-up comment, Stuebs noted that she lives in Atchison, Kan., Which she says is "one of the most haunted cities in America." Puppy
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