The Washington Post reports on the paranormal phenomenon that is “wicked fun” at an amusement park in the city.
In this video, paranormal investigator John Tresca discusses the phenomenon, and how to spot a ghostly apparition.
The video was posted on YouTube last week.
It was created by the owner of the Washington DC attractions, D&D Adventures, and has been viewed more than 10 million times.
The Washington DC attraction was called “Wicked Fun,” and it was part of the “Curious Wonderland” line.
The “Witch” ghostly character appeared to people, but there were no signs that indicated it was real, according to a statement from the park.
It also featured a spinning wheel, an elevator and “a little room with a fireplace.”
“The Wicked Fun attraction is now closed and we are working on a new attraction that will be a much more exciting experience,” D&;D said in a statement.
It’s unclear what exactly happened to the ghost.