Todd Bonner, co-founder of Detroit Paranormal Expeditions, shared footage of his ghost hunters exploring Eloise Asylum in the city of Westland, Michigan, US.
In the video, the team are exploring a dark hallway in the old hospital when, out of nowhere, a sudden loud crash is heard.
They both let out screams and use their torches to try and discover what caused the noise.
A smashed EP is soon found in front of them – which the group believe was caused by a “ghost”.
Understandably, the shaken pair announce to whoever, or rather, whatever is listening that they’re leaving, stepping over the broken record and briskly exiting the building.
Todd said: “We believe the building to be haunted.
“Almost on a daily basis, strange occurrences happen there, including disembodied voices, shadow figures, footsteps, doors closing and moving objects.
“We have had team members leave the building because of fear and I’m included in that.”
He added that one of the group had reported seeing a shadowy figure only moments before the incident occurred.
“Brandy Miller, our team psychic, was doing some electronic voice phenomena work with a piece of equipment called a geobox,” he added.
“She was with several other investigators.
“One of them had seen a shadowy figure out of the corner of her eye, so they decided to walk over to the area she had seen it.
“In the video you can kind of hear them talking about a black figure and how they thought it was in that area.
“Then an old vinyl record flew off a shelf, hovered in the air and slammed to the ground.”
The Eloise psychiatric hospital at one point hosted 10,000 patients and numerous staff.
It was comprised of 78 buildings across 902 acres, much of which has since been sold to developers, flattened and turned into shops and apartments.
But with such a spooky reputation to shake, the final few buildings have struggled to attract a buyer.
They hit the market for $1.5m (£1.15m) in 2015, before selling for just $1 (76p) last year.
Todd added: “It had its own police force, fire department, bakery, post office, power plant and trolley system.”
“It was a self-contained city.”
It comes after ghost hunters had the shock of their lives when they visited an abandoned prison.