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A family browsing photos taken on a trip to York Castle Museum in 2012 have spotted what appears to be the ghost of a little girl in a Victorian-era dress in several of the pictures. John Burnside, 27, and Shona Backhouse, 25, from Wakefield in West Yorkshire, took their 18-month-old son Jonthomas to the museum two years ago for a family day out, and the couple had a "funny feeling" they were being followed around the museum.
York Castle Museum is believed by some to be the most haunted museum in the country, housing condemned thieves and murderers. In 1739, infamous highwayman Dick Turpin spent his last night in there before he was executed in York. Staff working at the museum have reported hearing chains rattling, scratching noises from the cells, ghostly voices and once a ghostly dog in one of the galleries. Visitors have also reported hearing a woman singing and seeing an old lady dressed in black sitting by a fireplace.
originally posted by: Argyll
the couple had a "funny feeling" they were being followed around the museum.
originally posted by: FlyersFan
Too grainy for a 2012 picture .... and the 'spook' is in black and white whereas the dad has a color shirt on. So I'm thinking someone is having some fun with photoshop or something ....
originally posted by: Agartha
It's the same 2D image in both photos and the ghost ngirl looks clearer than the man and the baby....how is that possible?
It's a fake and not even a good one.