A creepy video is alleged to show a humanoid figure staring at a woman who is standing outside a tent in the middle of the night.

In the clip, which was shared on YouTube by channel MrMBB333, a vaguely human shape appears to be crouching in the fork of a large tree.

A pair of bright spots are positioned where the eyes would be, making people believe it is indeed some kind of animal or a contorted person.

There were also people who thought it could be a "cryptid" – the word for creatures with no firm evidence to prove they exist such as Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster.

It was recorded at a campsite in Edenbridge, Kent, at around 3 am after the woman left her tent to investigate a strange noise and started taking photos at random with her flash to try and capture the creature in the dark.

The YouTuber says: "You can see something that looks out of place up here in the tree… you can tell that's not a branch, it's not leaves, it almost has the shape of a torso of a human."

He says what the figure could be is "open to interpretation" and he doesn't know what it is.

The video was watched more than 66,000 times and sparked a debate about the strange figure was a so-called cryptid or a "peeping Tom" up a tree.

One viewer commented: "It does look humanoid you can see the head, shoulders, arms out, with knees up to the chest in crouching position."

Someone else shared: "A coworker of mine claims to have seen the moth man. Around 9 pm no later than 10 pm.

"He barely caught a glimpse but was able to notice a lot of human features along with huge bat-like wings."

A third said: "That photo reminds me of some that claim to be photos of the Rake cryptid however, this one looks much more robust."

"Looks like a person with night vision goggles in a tree," argued another viewer.

Someone else reckoned: "I think she caught a picture of a perverted peeping Tom who was watching her.

"Definitely wearing some time of glasses…maybe even night vision, which explains the eye reflection.

"I don't believe it is a cryptid at all."

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