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  • YouTuber Daisy Marquez, who has 1.35 million subscribers, posted a video on Twitter of supposed paranormal activity.
  • She was in the middle of filming a sponsorship video for Elf Beauty when the door mysteriously opened behind her.
  • She looked wide-eyed into the camera in shock as dust flew past the camera — which some fans are calling “orbs.”
  • “I’m trying to put two and two together and I find it so weird that I fell down the stairs earlier today …” Marquez wrote in a follow-up tweet. “I didn’t trip, I wasn’t on my phone, I legit just fell down the stairs as if something pushed me … I find it so bizarre and scary now that this just happened.”
  • Some fans were supportive but others accused Marquez of staging the whole thing. One urged viewers to “look at her arm,” while another said, “it’s fake as hell lol i’m sure she can’t believe the amount of people that eat it up too.”
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YouTuber Daisy Marquez shared a video with her fans where she apparently captured spooky paranormal activity on camera. She shared a video to Twitter on November 26 where her door mysteriously opened behind her and she looked wide-eyed into the camera in shock.

“I was in the middle of filming a sponsorship and this just happened…” Marquez, who has 1.35 million subscribers, wrote on Twitter. She was in the middle of promoting Elf Beauty during a makeup tutorial when she looked around through the opened door as dust flew past the camera — which some fans are calling “orbs.”

She then crosses herself and turns off the camera.

“I’m trying to put two and two together and I find it so weird that I fell down the stairs earlier today …” Marquez wrote in a followup tweet. “I didn’t trip, I wasn’t on my phone, I legit just fell down the stairs as if something pushed me … I find it so bizarre and scary now that this just happened.”

—Daisy Marquez (@daisymarquez_) November 26, 2019

This isn’t the first time Marquez has claimed to have a run-in with the afterlife. In January, she posted a video called “I’m being haunted *not clickbait*” where she claimed her camera kept shutting off while she was trying to tell the story of a “horrifying paranormal experience.” She said she started hearing voices outside of her door and taps on the wall, and then one night her door unlocked and opened.

“This is not okay, this is not normal, and I’m terrified for my life,” she said. “I’m not comfortable being here. I couldn’t even sleep here last night.”

In the comments of the video, people were either supportive and told Marquez to get out of her apartment, or they were skeptical.

“I saw an orb at like 23 seconds omg sis come over I don’t want you there lol,” one person tweeted. Others shared their own experience of what they believed to be paranormal activity.

—Mirely➰ (@Miranda_mirely1) November 26, 2019

However, some accused Marquez of staging the whole thing. One urged viewers to “look at her arm,” while another said, “it’s fake as hell lol i’m sure she can’t believe the amount of people that eat it up too.”

Marquez denied faking the video in a reply to one viewer.

“Am I the only one that thinks this is too staged?” they wrote. “Having seen Daisy’s videos she probably would never film in that lighting, and it looks straight out clickbait, considering she posted about going on house hunting a few days before posting this.”

Marquez wrote back that she had to review the gift set at the end of the day, which was why she was filming so late.

“Since it’s skincare I had to film in the restroom but I didn’t want to take my huge ring light in there so I used my phone to film,” she said. “You’ll understand once the whole video comes out.”

Insider has contacted Marquez for comment.

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