Ghost captured on video during filming of iCarly episode.

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Cast members of the popular iCarly television series got quite a shock during the filming of their most recent episode entitled, “iGot a Hot Room!”
During one of many takes where Carly Shay, Played by actress Miranda Cosgrove, was supposed to run up stairs to her room and change her jacket, the cameras picked up a strange disturbance behind fellow actor, Jerry Trainor.
The National Reporter interviewed the cast late last week to get their thoughts on the paranormal occurance.
“I did feel a slight drop in temperature while we were taping that scene, especially right when that thing appeared.” Jerry Trainor told us. “I also had a weird feeling that somone was standing behind even though I knew no one there.”
Jerry Trainor plays Carlys older brother, Spencer, on the show.
“I never really believed any of this ghost stuff until I saw the footage, is this for real?” Actress Jennette McCurdy said. “This is really creepy, I’m kind of scared to be here now.”
“I know what you mean.” Miranda Cosgrove added. “Just the idea that there might be a ghost here makes my skin crawl.”
Nathan Kress, who plays Freddie Benson, seemed to be amused at his co-stars frightened reactions to the video.

The cast of iCarly from left to right; Jennette McCurdy, Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress.

“There isn’t anything to be scared about.” He said. “Even if there really is a ghost haunting the place what is it going to do? A ghost can’t hurt you any more than a shadow can hurt you.”
As the cast members discussed Nathans theory on what possible injurys one might incur as a result of being assaulted by a ghost, the head of Nickelodeon studios walked in and stomped over to Dan Schneider, the producer of iCarly.
He seemed angry.
I could hear him sputtering angrily about firing the “treasonous bastard” who leaked the ghost story to the press.
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Update 8/6/2010: After this footage first aired on The National Reporter website and on our youtube page, several people have come forward claiming that they have seen mysterious occurances in different scenes from iCarly episodes.
It wasn’t until The National Reporter first aired this ghost footage on 8/2/2010 that they realised that they may have been witnessing actual paranormal activity occuring on the set during filming that the cast and crew were unaware of.
We here at The National Reporter will do our best to keep our readers updated on any events concerning the haunting of the iCarly set.

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The National Reporter captures ghost on video!

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In the first week of May 2010, The National Reporter invited a team of paranormal investigators to accompany us to an abandoned farmhouse located in the outskirts of Windber Pennsylvania.
We had received a communication from a long time reader informing us that he knew of a house in nearby Windber that he swears was haunted.
He described his experiance at the house when he and his friends drove out there late one night during his teen years.
It was an experiance that he never forgot.
After viewing this video we are sure that even the most hard core sceptic will think twice about whether or not ghosts exist.

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