If that wasn't freaky enough, something else happens next. At around the 2:30 mark, Frank asks, "Can you move something else for me?" Seconds later, this towel falls off the counter, without being touched.
At around 2:50, Frank says, "Can you maybe speak a little louder?" Then he pans back to the phone, but it's no longer resting on top of the cabinet. Instead, it's dangling onto the ground and moving, as if an unseen figure pushed it over.
At around 4:20, Frank says, "If I open the door, will you leave?" Frank's freaked out, but hopes that whatever is there will simply exit once the door is open. But if it was an actual ghost, doors are most likely no longer of much use anymore.
On the first video, a few people accused Frank of faking the whole thing. They said he probably got the items to move by attaching them to some fishing wire. So he got some fishing wire of his own to prove them wrong.
Frank first attached some fishing wire to this phone. He wanted to show what it would look like to pull off the phone with fishing line, compared to what happened in the first video. Would this be enough proof?
Then, after pulling down the hanger, Frank moved in to show the wire attached to that item as well. So was it really a ghost that did the whole thing? Was it some fishing wire that he was able to hide better in the first video than the second? We're not sure, but you can judge for yourself by watching here and here.