December 5, 2016 11:20 am

A VIDEO showing scores of inexplicable bright orbs darting around a room has emerged online.

The strange video is said to have been filmed in an undisclosed home in Canada on October 28, but is has just been uploaded to YouTube.

The short clip entitled “alien orbs” shows several, almost translucent objects flitting about in the room.

Paranormal blogger Scott C waring said: “I watched this in full screen and slowed down the motion to 25 percent and wow, it just blew my mind.

“I really didn’t think I was going to see real orb entities, but these are real.

“There is no mistaking them. There is an entire swarm of these beings moving about the house and in orb form. Extraordinary catch.”

Viewers of the video were impressed.

Julie Biggs posted on YouTube: “Wow that is just crazy how many you have in your home still! Hope you’ve been doing well.”

Lydia Lawrence added: “My girlies think you’re so lucky to have so many orbs.

“We get some now and again. But you’re the king! They love watching them zip around.”

Many paranormal investigators claim these orbs caught on camera are the spirit of a dead person, or even the first manifestation of an actual ghost.

But sceptics disagree.

An article on about the phenomenon said: “Orbs, formally called Spirit Orbs, are those semi-transparent white balls seen floating around in many photographs taken in ghostly locations.

“Orbs are among the class of paranormal phenomena that are visible only to cameras, and not to the naked eye.

“The usual hypothesis presented by believers is that orbs represent spirits of dead people, though some support variations on that.

“The science behind this hypothesis is not clear.

“For example, there are no plausible hypotheses that describe the mechanism by which a person who dies will become a hovering ball of light that appears on film but is invisible to the eye.

“Orbs most often appear on camera when a piece of airborne dust, an insect, or a water droplet is close to the camera, outside of the depth of field, and the flash source is no more than a few degrees away from the axis of the camera lens.

“This causes the object to be brightly light but way out of focus, resulting in a semi-transparent whitish circle.”

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This post was written by Nadia Vella