Rev. Ralph Hardy, a clergyman from British Columbia, snapped this image in 1966. He was photographing the spiral “Tulip Staircase” in the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. The photograph shows a shrouded figure climbing the stairs, grasping the railing with both hands
This is disturbing: "She was with her mother at the time of the sonogram and didn't see anything strange or out of the ordinary. They got in their car to leave and her mother wanted to see the printed out pictures of the new baby. As she took a glance at the picture, she noticed there was a man in the picture. After my daughter-in-law started looking at it, she recognized the man in the photo and said it looked like her husband's grandfather that passed away."
Is this another ghostly image caught on camera at Britain's most haunted castle?