Employees at the UK's Manchester Museum noticed one of its statues spinning slowly at imperceptible speeds inside a glass case and decided to document it.
The statuette sat on the shelf "for decades and has never moved before," which makes the results of the video experiment all the more surprising.
Here's an image of statue every minute for a week, condensed into under a minute. Watch as it rotates 180 degrees as no one touches it!
The museum says that such movement could've been caused by "subtle vibrations from footfall or traffic outside." However, none of the other statues moved.
Nothing like a little magic to spice up an old museum, right?