These “ghost caught in surveillance” videos are quite annoying in my opinion. I mean, by no means do they resemble a human form. Nor do they behave in a fluid motion. More like a jerky motion.
Most of these videos show a blue or gray translucent image that looks very superimposed on the background objects. The so-called “ghost” usually follows a weird trajectory that is, suspiciously, in between the borders of the video camera screen.
I’m not saying that the possibility of a CCTV camera capturing a ghost is not there. In fact, we all remember this one:
The “car impound ghost” video still seems to have remained as a very unexplainable video. There has been several investigations done about this ghost footage. Most remarkable is the fact that the image that is seen on the screen, resembles a woman who was killed in a car accident. The very same car that the image is seen floating above. This was confirmed by the woman’s family members who claim that the image even looks like it is wearing overalls, just like the victim used to wear.
I’ve seen shows try to debunk this over and over again. Penn & Teller’s “Bullshit” series (which was one of the worst shows ever) did a segment on this. They tried handing an action figure in front of the camera to replicate this. I remember thinking that it looked to out-of-place when the show’s investigators tried it. I’m not saying that it’s proof positive of a ghost, but rational explanations have not yet proven otherwise.
Back to the Chilean video. So in this video, I see what looks like a piece of feather/lint stuck on the lens. Could be a bug, but a ghost? I highly doubt it.