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Ghost Captured 12th ‎September ‎2015 in Historical Ruin at Exeter, Devon, UK

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Witness statement. "I managed to photograph a medieval-dressed ghost on the old ruins of Exeter bridge.

Above: Original case image

The ghost appears to be that of a medieval man and only the top half of his body is visible.


His legs are going through the floor of the old bridge this is incredible.

Enlarged 1

The ghost was not visible when I took the photograph. This is my second photograph of a ghost
and it definitely intriguing.

The photograph was taken at 12 ‎September ‎2015, 5:43 PM GMT at Exeter Devon UK.

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Enlarged 2

The bridge was built about 1200 AD, when the river was much wider than it is today. Nine of the original 17 or 18 arches still stand, making this one of the most substantial survivals of Britain's early medieval bridges.

Highly Enlarged
Highly enlarged

I have never taken a photo of the ruins before so I thought I would take some photographs of this historic structure.

Contrast Adjusted
Contrast adjusted

The ghost only appears in one of the photographs and there was no one on the bridge.
The ghost is too small to be a man.

Detail Isolated
Detail isolated

If you look at the car on the road behind the bridge and compare the wheel of the car to the
ghost you can see that the wheel is the almost the same size of the ghost.

Isolated and Enlarged
Isolated and Enlarged

Other Side of the Bridge - Marked
Other side of the bridge - marked




This make no sense as the car is farther away from the camera than the ghost. Very strange!"



John Mooner