Saturday, May 15, 2010

Dog Walker Captures Image of Victorian Spectre in Park

telegraph - A man, Paul Reed, who was out walking his dog has spoken of his amazement after photographing what he claimed was a full-bodied Victorian Age apparition in a park.

The father of two was walking through Kelsey Park in Beckenham, Kent, when he spotted the phantom appear behind a park bench.

The 46-year-old said he was walking pet pooch Harry in the park this week when the spook - a woman wearing Victorian-style dress - suddenly materialised.

He said that Harry came to an abrupt standstill the moment the spirit appeared and refused to budge.

"It was really spooky," he said.

"Harry wasn't his usual self. He was cowering back towards me and I must admit I was shocked when I saw the ghost appear before my eyes."

"Another walker said the ghost could belong to a woman who was buried in the park in the late 19th century.

Local Samuel Allan said: "There was a case of a woman being buried in the park in the late 1890s because she loved walking in it so much.

"It appears she still haunts the park and comes out now and again, much to the surprise of walkers."

Dog Walker Captures Image of Victorian Spectre in Park

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