This was captured on a DVR camera in the main auditorium of the Rohs Opera House on October 22nd, 2011.
First let me apologize for the quality. The video is a little darker than I would prefer. It was our first outing with the new DVR system and honestly we set it up in a hurry due to a late start. I should have added a supplemental light to illuminate the hallway better, but I was more interested in the back wall where an apparition is believed to have been caught on video previously. Also you might notice that the time stamp is wrong. I did not take time to set the clock when we began.
Also let me state that I accept that there is a possibility that what we are looking at here is some type of reflection from a flashlight beam. I included an instance of a flashlight beam in the clip so that you can compare.
We had just left the auditorium moments prior to this clip on our way upstairs to conduct a communication session over several trigger objects we had placed there. Of course as we left, we invited "the girls" - referring to the three young female entities that are believed to occupy the building - to join us.
We may have caught one of them on video taking us up on our invitation. As always, you be the judge.
Update: Close frame-by-frame examination of the video on a larger screen in a darkened room allowed us to make out some light points in the hallway that seem to travel from the right to the left and then possibly become the anomaly. This adds weight to the possibility that the anomaly is nothing more than a random if unusual play of light on the floor and wall.
We missed the possible light points because they are impossible to see on a normal size computer screen and blended into the pixelation of the darkened hall. Even in the screen capture below, the point of light is so faint as to be indistingushable from the noise. I hated that I missed it in my original analysis.
Special thanks to my friends at the Collective Paranormal Research Society for their help, enthusiasm, and patience in the examination.
Second Update: While doing evidence review I decided to revisit this file and take yet another look at it. While viewing it at 1/16th speed, I realized why I am not happy with the flashlight explanation DESPITE the aforementioned evidence pointing towards that conclusion.
Think about it. Someone holding a flashlight from anywhere in the hallway is going to have to point it horizontally to make it show up in the presented field of view. A horizontal flashlight beam shown from down the hall should produce a horizontal or visually wide area of light on the wall and/or floor. The anomaly is vertical or taller than it is wide in shape. That doesn't make sense to me if it is in fact a flashlight beam. We are definitely going to have to try to reproduce this effect before I will be satisfied.