The Sorrel-Weed House has something of a haunted reputation. Image Credit: Frances Benjamin Johnston
A woman on a ghost tour in Savannah recently snapped an unusual picture in this notoriously haunted abode.
Financial executive Janay Rickwalder had been on a business trip to the city when she and her colleagues decided that it might be fun to participate in a guided ghost tour.
After visiting a number of allegedly haunted locations, the tour brought the group to what is often billed as the most haunted building in Savannah - the historic Sorrel-Weed House.
Constructed in 1840, the house, which is now a museum, was once the childhood home of Brigadier General Moxley Sorrel who fought during the American Civil War.
Its haunted reputation has made it a popular destination for tourists and ghost hunters alike.
Skeptical that she would see anything otherworldly, Rickwalder used her cellphone to snap a few photographs. It wasn't until the tour was almost over that she noticed something unusual.
"I took a picture and noticed a 'swoosh'. I'm like, 'What the heck was that?'" she said.
You can check out her story, as well as the photograph itself, in the video below.
Could this be evidence of something paranormal or is there another explanation ?
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