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Eerie photo shows alleged 'ghost' at Flint Castle

By T.K. Randall
August 24, 2021 · Comment icon 13 comments



Does a ghost inhabit the ruins of Flint Castle ? (See photo below) Image Credit: Immanuel Giel
A visitor to a ruined castle in Flintshire, Wales recently captured a photograph of an unexplained figure.
According to a local news report, the man, whose name has not been disclosed, had been visiting the historic castle with his son on August 16th when the photograph was taken.

Like in many similar cases, he hadn't seen anyone else there at the time, but only noticed the mysterious figure when he went over the photographs he had taken upon returning home.

Unsure what to make of it, he passed the image along to paranormal investigator Lynn Murphy.

"He told me there was nobody else there inside the castle at the time and he took lots of photos of his son," she said. "When he got back to his home in Flint, he looked at the photos he had taken and noticed something in the background of one of the photos."
"He zoomed in more and got the shock of his life. I believe it is an apparition."

She has since appealed for any other people who may have been visiting the castle that day to come forward to reveal if they had seen or heard anything unusual while they were there.

You can check out the image of the alleged ghost below - what do you make of it ?



Source: Leader Live | Comments (13)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #4 Posted by DreadLordAvatar 1 year ago
Ah yes, the typical no before and after pictures to compare.  Hoax AF
Comment icon #5 Posted by esoteric_toad 1 year ago
Looks like some old school converses to me.
Comment icon #6 Posted by ThereWeAreThen 1 year ago
Thought Flintshire was in Wales...
Comment icon #7 Posted by CigaretteSmokingMan 1 year ago
Good lord
Comment icon #8 Posted by ExoPaul 1 year ago
Given it a bit of a enhancement. Clearly its a woman wearing trousers, white sandal type shoes and a brown or reddish top. But the head is very unusual. 
Comment icon #9 Posted by moonman 1 year ago
Looks like a dark skinned woman running. She has her hair in a bun and her head is down and forward so her face is shaded. Pretty obvious with the enhancement.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Vincennes 1 year ago
Not even the same photo.  Note:   the original figure is standing on stone step with no stone around,  The ghostie is coming out of grassie area.    LOL
Comment icon #11 Posted by moonman 1 year ago
WTF are you talking about? The only photo is the one we have all been discussing.
Comment icon #12 Posted by ThereWeAreThen 1 year ago
you can see how theyre the same, original photo, the person is nearish to the wall and if you have very good eyesight it looks like its running, the enhanced version verifies that.
Comment icon #13 Posted by ChrLzs 1 year ago
I think I can see why Vincennes is concerned.   So am I.   {I've deleted text that was directed to Exopaul, as it is not his fault!..} I'd love to know how the magnified part of that image was originally 'enhanced', because here's what a bit-level enlargement looks like, ie it's 'exact', no added or removed detail, where each little square represents one pixel of data. Be prepared for some disappointment..: It looks NOTHING like the magnified version...  So..... either that earlier enlargement involves a number of 'enhancement' steps that added false detail, or there is a better original file?... [More]


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