My Alexa is haunted – I caught terrifying 2am ‘conversation with a ghost’ on my security camera

An Alexa user has revealed a creepy video of the voice assistant randomly starting talking to him in the middle of the night.

The voice assistant can be heard making random statements to a confused and half-asleep man.

Viewers have questioned the authenticity of the video


Viewers have questioned the authenticity of the videoCredit: Alamy

“She was my wife,” says Alexa out of nowhere.

“Who was your wife?” The owner replies after being awakened by strange popping noises.

“You took her from me,” Alexa continues.

“I didn’t take anyone with me,” the guy replies.

“Who? Tell me who you want.”

“You got the wrong person.”

Alexa adds, “I found her here.”

The voice assistant then begins to laugh repeatedly, disturbingly, before the man finally decides enough is enough and unplugs the device.

Shadows can also be seen in the eerie footage.

YouTuber Really hauntedwho posted the video believes his home is being haunted by a demon.

Commentators have mostly praised the videomaker for his bravery.

But on TikTok, users have previously said they’re not sure if it’s real.

As one user on TikTok points out, “You have to address Alexa as Alexa before she answers, you can’t just have a conversation with her.”

Another said: “You can look at your Alexa history and see what was asked… it’s a shame that wasn’t included.”

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Alley Einstein

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