Sunday, June 3, 2012

The Spectre of Newby Church

The Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England, was built in 1870 and had never had a history of ghosts or hauntings. That all changed when Reverend K. F. Lord captured this shrouded figure in a 1963 photograph. Several photo experts have inspected the picture with a universal finding that it is not a double exposure.
Reverend Lord claims that nothing was visible when he took the snapshot of his altar. Looking at visual cues in the photographs, analysts further claim the cowled spectre is approximately nine feet tall. One more reason to avoid meeting it in any dark alleys!

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