Do you really believe that ghosts exist? A hospital worker in the UK says he snapped one on a visit to a ward.
A staff of an hospital in the United Kingdom, Andrew Milburn, has added his voice and photo evidence to the debate about the existence of ghosts by sending a Snapchat image of a corridor in the Leeds General Infirmary, showing an unwanted visitor by the door of the children's ward, reports Mirror Online.
Milburn insists that the ghostly figure in the picture he took was that of a dead girl making her spooky way into the ward.
Milburn said he was texting his girlfriend on the night just before starting his night shift when he sighted the ghost and to prove what he saw was real, he sent her the Snapchat image of the alleged ghost in the background.
The 21-year-old Milburn told Mirror Online:
"My girlfriend asked me to prove I was at work so I sent her a picture as I walked to my office. Unbeknown at the time it appears that I captured a ghost figure in the corridors.
I have since put this picture on Facebook, it has received thousands of likes and comments and has been shared as far as America.
It has also been shared on to paranormal investigator groups, many of which believe the picture is real."
Milburn also said that a number of his colleagues at the hospital have heard footsteps at the spot when no-one is there.
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