Creepy moment security guard films ‘ghost’ haunting football changing rooms after hearing doors slamming

The eerie clip, shot by Raul Arguello, 32, captures the moment he opens a "banging door" at the Tomás Adolfo Ducó Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

As he pans his camera around, he unknowingly captures the instant a "spectre" quickly passes along some benches before disappearing THROUGH a wall.

At the time, the apparition appears to be invisible to the naked eye as Arguello doesn’t react to the movement.

He only discovered the unnerving phenomenon later when he viewed the footage and found he had apparently caught the spooky presence in the arena.

At the beginning of the haunting encounter the guard explains to prove he is "telling the truth"  about the baffling banging door he is going to film it.

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The guard was investigating this mysterious 'banging door' at the arena

“It’s eleven o’clock at night and it’s the third time I’ve heard this banging noise,” the frightened man says looking down into the camera.

“I’m going to film it to show people later on, so they believe it when I tell them because this has never happened to me before. It’s terrifying.”

Pointing his camera towards the narrow staircase leading to the dressing rooms he descends the steps with his flashlight in hand.

At first the persistent hammering noise is only in the background and sounds muffled, but as he reaches the bottom it escalates into a thunderous din.

Heading into the underground sector, it soon becomes clear what is causing the spine-chilling commotion

A basement changing room door is being jerked open then violently slammed shut again and again, pulled by an unknown force inside the room.

Picking up a metal bar resting on a wall and edging hesitantly towards the daunting spectacle the petrified man curses loudly as he pushes open the door.

“See no one is here,” he declares in a panicked tone. “How can nothing be doing this? It’s the third time I’ve entered here because of this noise and there’s nothing.”

The clearly shaken watchman films the empty room as proof, spinning around to document every inch of space as he speaks.

But as the camera briefly rests on a bench on the far-right wall, a shadowy spectre breaks cover and scurries across the screen disappearing into the wall.

Oblivious to what has just happened, the watchman continues to film the room.

Taking sharp intakes of breath, he vows “Oh God, I’m going to leave. I want to go.”

The married father of two was left so stressed from his encounter on April 3, he handed in his notice and found a different security job.

The Tomás Adolfo Ducó Stadium – home to first division club Atlético Huracán –  was contacted for a comment but did not respond.

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