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Victorian Woman Captured on Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne UK

Kayley Atkinson, 23, and Victoria Greeves, 22, from Newcastle, were on a night out in the town centre when they decided to take a snap to send to friends.

They were having drinks in the Slug and Lettuce on Quayside, which they said was virtually empty, when the image was captured. But when they looked closer at the image, they saw what appeared to be the tormented face of a ghostly woman dressed in Victorian clothing between their heads.

'I uploaded the picture to Snapchat and thought nothing more of it. But later that night Kayley rang me in a panic and told me to have a closer look.

'She said there was a figure in the background, and I am quite sceptical about things like that so I just laughed at the time.

Above: Blow up of the creepy face

‘But when I looked back at the picture I could not believe what I was seeing. It is terrifying.  'I couldn't look at the picture at the beginning as I was too freaked out. It is so clear, and it looks like what can only be described as a Victorian woman, laughing behind us.’  Local authority worker Miss Atkinson added: ‘The bar was dead when we went in. It was only when I got home later on that I noticed the photo.

'I couldn't believe it. I was absolutely terrified and Victoria was so scared that she deleted the photo off her phone.

A lot of people have said we must have Photoshopped the picture. 'I can't blame them, but neither of us would even know how to do that.

I didn't believe in ghosts at all before, but I'm not so sure any more.’

Source: mailonline