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Woman disappears during live TV interview, internet goes crazy

We don’t believe in ghosts here at Trusted HQ, but this video is pretty freaky.

A clip from a live TV interview has sent the internet into a frenzy, and it’s no surprise why.

The video appears to show a woman in the background disappearing into thin air. David Blaine, is that you?!


As the video clearly shows, the woman is there one minute, and gone the next.

The clip comes from a SportsCenter interview on Denmark’s TV2 channel, and has been shared all over the web by bewildered viewers.

But put your wands away, because this is no magic trick. In fact, the explanation is really quite simple.

If you watch closely, the blonde woman turns to the left just as the lady with the baggage passes her. That’s because she’s about to walk off to the left too, at the exact same pace as the woman in the foreground.

That means her body is completely concealed, hence the illusion.

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