Andrew Milburn, who works at Leeds General Infirmary, captured a spine-tingling photo showing a ghostly figure at the hospital’s corridor.
The 21-year-old hospital employee was on his way to his office when he decided to take a snap outside the children’s ward and send it to his girlfriend.
To his horror, an image of a ghostly looking figure appeared in the photo he took. According to Milburn, the ghostly figure seems to be walking into a room where the switchboard works.
“As I was about to send it, I saw the figure or whatever you want to call it and I was quite scared to say the least,” he said.
Since then, the creepy photo has gone viral and has received thousands of likes and comments on Facebook.
It even reached the attention of paranormal investigator groups. Many of them believe that the photo is real.
A number of Milburn’s co-workers claimed to have heard footsteps at the location where the ghost appeared.
“There have been a few odd things. Now people are a bit scared, and apprehensive about going to the loo,” Milburn shared.
Although many people have accused Milburn of using the app called Ghost Capture to alter the image, Milburn denies such act.
CEO Explains What Snapchat Is
Four years after the app’s launch, Snapchat CEO and cofounder Evan Spiegel tried to explain how the app works through a video posted on its official YouTube page.
Using a Sharpie and a sketchpad, Spiegel explain the concept behind Snapchat and why younger people are addicted to it.
“When you see your children taking a zillion photographs of things that you would never take a picture of, it’s ’cause they are using photographs to talk,” he said.
The tech company is reportedly valued at $15 billion.