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Tesla car display showed ghosts in a cemetery

A frightening video has gone viral on social networks in which a Tesla car drives into a cemetery at night and its display shows figures of people appearing and disappearing next to it.

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Typically, Tesla’s display shows objects closest to the car, including pedestrians walking on the sidewalk next to the road. But in this case, when the car stops at the cemetery, only tombstones and no people are visible outside the window.

Off-screen, the car’s passengers can be heard laughing nervously and saying, “What the hell is this?” as figures of moving people appear and disappear on the display.

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At some point, there are especially many “ghosts”, literally a whole crowd, but they disappear as suddenly as they appeared.

The author of the video, one of the passengers in this car, claims that he works as an engineer at Tesla and that everything that happens on the display is not a joke specially created by programmers.

“I can confirm that this is not an Easter egg Elon added as I’ve tried this many times,” he says.

He also says that this can’t be a random glitch due to the names on the tombstones, because otherwise those people on the display wouldn’t move.

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Tesla cars are equipped with a variety of sensors, including cameras, radar and ultrasonic sensors, that help it detect and identify objects around the car. So maybe it can also detect something like an electromagnetic anomaly and thus detect ghosts?

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood. He is always eager to share his findings and insights with the readers of anomalien.com, a website he created in 2013.