Agent Slender hit pause, and the recording froze. A shadow floated on the freeze-frame; an inventive individual might describe the shadow as a ghost.
"I know what I saw," the woman proclaimed again, shifting uncomfortably in her chair. The briefing room was spartan; two chairs, a table, and - for this interview - a cart with a screen and a video player. Other than that, the room was white and bare. Agent Slender, of course, knew that one of the walls only appeared opaque from this side, and on the other, a supervisor surely watched his technique.
The reporter had followed his team as they eliminated a haunting downtown. Somehow, she had evaded noticed until after the hallucination had been excised, and caught their activity on tape. Agent Slender was trying to convince her she hadn't seen what she insists she did: "That was a ghost. I saw it with my own eyes, and it's caught right here on camera!"
But of course, ghosts don't exist. As far as the public is concerned, anyway.