Now, I’m not a person who gets into paranormal stories and things like that — I always want to have hard proof that something happened; otherwise I just move on. That being said, I try to keep an open mind about things.
Well, here is something I can’t quite make up my mind on, so I hope you will help me out. I’ve been looking at the photo you are about to see since yesterday and am seeing a silhouette of a soldier standing amidst graves in a war cemetery in Germany. I thought if I gave it a day, I may be better able to discern the object in the photo, but today I’m still seeing the soldier’s silhouette.
Here is some background. Mitch Glover, a 14-year-old British boy, was visiting the Neuville-St. Vaast German war cemetery near Arras, in northern France, during a school trip and he took a series of photos, which include the one of the “ghost”. Mitch says his ghost looks like a man wearing the uniform of a Scottish regiment — I’m not well-versed in military uniforms, so I don’t know.
So take a look and see what you make of it. Please let me know — and the other readers — what you see (you can use the comments section below).
1. Can you spot the ghost? Mitch Glover, 14, took this image of the Neuville-St. Vaast German war cemetery near Arras, in northern France.
2. It was not until he came home and flicked through his phone photos that Mitch spotted the ‘ghost’ in the frame.
3. Mitch says the ‘ghost’ in the picture appears to be wearing the kilt and Tam o’Shanter uniform of the historic Seaforth Highlander regiment.
4. Mitch is pictured holding a close-up of his ghostly picture taken during his school trip to France.
5. Neuville-St. Vaast is the largest German cemetery in France, containing 44,833 burials, and is located a few hundred meters away from Nine Elms military cemetery.
Source: The Daily Mail.
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