Fron our childhood memories, we all remember watching at least one episode of horror show “Aahat”. Horror stories have something in them which incite us. If we ask right now if you believe in ghosts some of you will say yes while others answer with a no.
No matter how much science and technology has developed it still can’t give reason behind some spooky things. Here’s a 160 years old photo that was taken in a linen mill of Belfast, Ireland. In the photo we can see female workers standing and posing for the camera.
They have their tools tied to a cord around their waist. This pic looks like a normal pic. But wait there’s something very creepy in this photo which can send shivers down your spine.
There’s a hint for you. There is something creepy with the girl on the far right of the middle row. Now look at her.
Look at this girl carefully
Now what do you see?
If you see this pic carefully then you”ll notice something very creepy
If you see at the pic carefully, you can see a hand resting at the girl’s shoulder. So who’s hand is this? Where did that hand came from. There’s no explanation for this mysterious hand on the girl’s shoulder.
Belfast Live published an article on the city’s historical by-gone jobs. Like all other pics this pic was also a normal one until one of its readers Lynda spotted the spooky accessory.
She said: “Great to see an old photo of my Granny, in the by-gone years photo, when she worked at the mill.
“She was Ellen Donnelly (nee McKillop) and she is fourth on the right in the second row down [of the main picture, below]. My dad has this photo at home… a family ghost picture!!
“I don’t really believe in ghosts – but there have been a few odd going-ons around this photo, so I hope this doesn’t cause any more!”
“But did anyone spot the mysterious hand on the girl on the right’s shoulder?” she asked.
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