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While she sat on a pew close to the font and prayed for a full recovery, her husband Peter and son David wandered around the empty church taking photographs.
Mrs Berthelot remembers vividly tingling all over and feeling “warm and comfortable” while sitting on the wooden bench with her eyes closed and head bowed. When she felt better the family left the church and did not think about the incident until six months later when the camera film was developed and they held a slide show of their holiday snaps for their lodger at their home in Chelmsford, Essex. One photo clearly showed a woman wearing a bonnet and dressed in light-coloured, old-fashioned clothes, sitting facing Mrs Berthelot on a bench directly behind her.
She said: “When we saw the white figure sitting behind me on the projector screen, we just stood there with our mouths open. “My feet started to tingle. This sensation eventually engulfed the whole of me. It was a pleasant, comforting feeling.” Her husband added: “I had been walking around the church looking at various things. “I came back, saw Diane sitting there and took the photo. I couldn’t see anyone behind her but it’s so clear on the image. It’s incredible.”
reply to post by winofiend
Upon close inspection of the picture, the supposed ghost is just a person NOT directly behind, but behind to the right who has the suns rays shining on them making them look white. The feet are not over exposed and neither are the legs.
reply to post by alienreality
totally agree with you, people keep asking for pictures, you give them one and its still not good enough!
I don't see any reason to assume it must be a live woman... Except some people absolutely disbelieve in ghosts, so therefore it can only be a live woman, in their eyes.
This seems to be the assumption behind the posts that say it's a live person.