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Blink and you miss it: Teenager spots a ghostly figure in background of her Snapchat selfie

Bethany Harvey took image of herself, her baby nephew and her sister.

When she sent it to friends they noticed ghostly body in the background.

Shows what seems to be girl in purple dress with hands folded in her lap. 

From cute animals to Benedict Cumberbatch and even the Queen, it seems that virtually everyone has managed to get in on the photobombing craze. And now it seems even the spirits of the dead are making an appearance after two teenagers spotted what seems to be a ghostly girl in the background of a Snapchat selfie. Bethany Harvey, from Northern Ireland, took a picture of herself, her baby nephew and her sister to show friends, but later noticed what seemed to be a little girl's torso in the background. Closer inspection revealed what looked like a young girl wearing a purple dress sitting down with her hands folded neatly in her lap.

Miss Harvey told the Daily Mirror 'I was taking a picture of my nephew and I, but my sister jumped into the background so I captioned the picture "photo bombed!" '

A friend of mine came to my house that night and pointed out what looks to be a woman with her hands folded on her knees in the background, baring in mind the picture was taken facing the living room door.

'Although we can't see the face of the figure the rest of it is as clear as day.

There was nobody else in the living room at the time, except for the ghost girl in the purple dress.'

She added that she is now terrified of going into her living room in the dark in case she catches another glimpse of the spectre. 

By Chris Pleasance for MailOnline