The staff of the Liquid Assets lounge in South Plainfield says a gaggle of go-go loving ghouls invaded their burlesque hall after the club's owners spotted an otherworldly image on a security video last summer.
The ghostly visages, which look like specks of light dragging pale wispy tails across the screen, are not birds or video glitches - and they can't be explained by the company that installed the equipment.
Paranormal investigators who have examined the video claim the strip-house specters may be the spirit of a dead dancer or the souls of Prohibition-era gangsters.
"I've been in the field for 20 years now and this is to me without a doubt a ghost," said self-described "ghostbuster" Jane Doherty. "The way it's moving clearly shows it has a consciousness."
This go-go ghost story goes beyond just the images on the tape.
Doherty said she's felt one of the spirits hanging out in the club's "Champagne Room," peeping on people getting lap dances