A supernatural supermarket ghost has been caught on videotape hurling fruit snacks, according to a store owner in South Australia.

Brompton IGA store owner Norm Hurst told Adelaide Now that previous store owners told him the market was haunted. Now he believes it may be indeed after security camera video apparently caught something strange is occurring in the market. Hurst reportedly closed up the market last week with everything in order. Yet before midnight security video cameras apparently caught a Fruit Roll-Up package being hurled to the middle of an aisle.

One of the cameras shows the packet of Roll-Ups just arriving on the ground. ... It has not just slid off. It has been thrown out of the pasta, yet the Roll-Ups are kept 12 meters away, Hurst told the Australian newspaper Adelaide Now. The previous owners told me it was haunted. I thought, 'yeah, whatever.' But since we've owned the place, strange things have happened.

The video of the supposed supermarket ghost has received more than 1.3 million views on YouTube in less than a week, yet some viewers aren't buying it. They claim the video is clearly a hoax.

It's clearly fake, wrote YouTube commenter rubberdoctor21. Look at the time of the video at the bottom @ 0:44. the time went from 27 minutes to 30 minutes. it skipped 3 minutes. so they must of made up some b******t story about a guy who died that likes snakes, moved the can at different times between 3 minutes.

Regardless, supernatural detectives are reportedly looking into the situation. One potential ghost culprit mentioned on the Australian morning talk show Sunrise on 7 is a potential connection with the 1998 death of a boxer gunned down in front of the store.

See the video below: