I had a ssh honeypot running a few months ago for a couple of weeks and while most session playbacks are just rapid fire scripts from bots trying to plant crypto mining software, I did have a few humans kicking around in there. I had a colleague login and kick the tires and shared the video back to him.
Here is the video to give you a sense of what the ssh session looks and feels like.
Disclaimer here if you are thinking about running a honeypot like this:
BE CAREFUL! Once you do this, where ever you have the honeypot running even after you get board with it and take it down will continue to get an onslaught of attacks and grief. Once the IP and site are identified, it will take a tremendous amount of time to get the bad bots, and those that run them, to stop trying to attack the honeypot site.