Selfie Ghost

Mary Trozzolillo sent us a video she made while alone in a room she has been staying in - filmed with her cell phone camera the week of the 5th of January, 2014. 

When we first saw this, we took some stills and thought it might be Mary's finger moving in front of the camera lens; but Mary was quick to correct us. She is on the left side of the video and the camera is point outward, meaning her fingers would be on the opposite side of the camera eye. So, we lightened and rotated the video to confirm - dang compelling. We do not have an explanation for the figure. Is it a ghost? Take a look...

"Hi. I took this 10 second video last week in the room I've been staying in. I think I was trying to take a selfie but it was too dark in the room. I looked at it yesterday and there is something creepy the last 3 seconds. I've only viewed it on my phone and I was hoping you could up to a larger screen that explains what it is. I'm hoping it's something that I just can't see on my little phone screen. I look forward to hearing what you have to say about it. Am I trippin? Thank you."

Mary wrote us back with more information about the video and location:
"The video is me using my phone to video myself. I am sitting on a mattress that's on the floor. No one else is in the room. If you can brighten up the picture, you can make out my face on the left side of the screen and then suddenly an image of something resembling a woman comes into the right hand upper corner of the screen and then makes a weird movement to get out of the picture. I didn't notice it at the time and when I viewed the video a week later, I was freaked out. There is a witch lady who lives in the apartment across the hall And we share the one wall in my room. I can't explain what it is in the last 3 seconds but it looks womanlike. Thank you for your time on this."

And more clarification from Mary after we suggested it might be her finger. Thankfully, she pointed out something we had missed:
"Thank you for the analysis, but that being said, I don't see how that could be a finger because I had the camera face forward. If you look, that's my face (too dark to make out) over to the leftish."