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PARANORMAL experts have photographed what they believe to be a female ghost at a Devon museum.
The image, taken in the Egyptian room at Torquay Museum, appears to show a veiled woman.
It was taken at the weekend when a public ghost hunt was attended by 25 people plus five members of the Silent Voices paranormal investigators team. They all stayed in the museum overnight and say they were left 'completely gobsmacked' by what they discovered.
Last October fingerprints appeared on the inside of the mummy case in the same room. The museum has the only Egyptian mummified human in Devon.
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Last May a picture showing a woman appearing from the floorboards in the Egyptian Room was also captured during an overnight ghost hunt.
Sally Mason, of Silent Voices, said: "What we found at Torquay Museum was absolutely mind-blowing.
"It has got be the best evidence we have ever captured in the whole of the UK.
"The photograph has not been altered at all, if you look closely there is so much detail, you can see her clothes, her buttons, her facial expression – she is looking right at the camera.
"Our photograph may be the same woman who has been photographed at the museum before."
The group also witnessed cameras moving by themselves, sensor lights being turned on and off and loud bangs.
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