Carrie Underwood is trying her hand at ghost hunting with the help of popular video app, TikTok. The singer recently posted a series of videos on the app, which were also shared to her Instagram story, of her searching for ghosts in a cabin they are staying in using the ‘reality ripple’ filter.
The filter, which has been trending on the app, lights up in various colors when you put the camera on a person or an animal, but it also tends to light up unexpectedly when the camera is pointed towards an empty room. This phenomenon has led some to believe that it can detect the presence of ghosts. In the first video, Underwood can be seen panning the room before quickly finding a presence when she points the camera towards the floor.
Ghosts in the cabin. Pt 1 OMG! ##realityripple♬ original sound – carrieunderwood
“Okay, we’re looking for ghosts with this ripple effect,” Underwood says before the screen lights up. “Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh. Who are you? What do you want?”
In the second video, Underwood continues to scan the area thinking the presence went away, before seeing it show up again. After looking for a few more seconds, she screams and the video promptly ends.
Pt 2. Our cabin is totes haunted, y’all! OMG… freaking out! ##realityripple♬ original sound – carrieunderwood
“Our cabin is totes haunted, y’all! OMG… freaking out! #realityripple,” she wrote along with the second video.
The ghost videos were Underwood’s second and third postings on the popular app. She posted her first TikTok video last week of her husband Mike Fisher catching a bird that was flying around inside their house and releasing it back outside. She captioned the sweet video, ‘Living in the country be like.”