Amateur photographer claims to have caught ‘ghost girl in cemetery’ on camera

A bloke who takes pictures of ghosts says he has taken a spooky photograph that shows the spirit of a little girl in a cemetery.

Amateur spirit photographer Karl, 35 who has not given his last name, took a snap of what he believes is the ghost of an infant in a Hull cemetery, reports HullLive.

The shot appears to show a child sitting by a bush while reaching her arm out to touch the face of another spirit.

Karl's eerie encounter came after he took a late night walk through the Western Cemetery in the city on Thursday night and followed his usual technique of pointing his camera at the dark and taking random photographs.

After he got home and scanned the pics for paranormal activity, he noticed they grey shape present on the picture next to a bush.

He told Hull Live: "I zoomed in and brightened the picture, and there it was,"

"This has been a hobby of mine for a few years. I've been out with friends and family before to take pictures and for some reason it's only ever me who seems to capture anything.

"I don't know if maybe I'm more in tune or susceptible, maybe they are following me around."

Karl describes himself as an absolute believer in ghosts, and says that even as a child he would see spirits.

His trips to cemeteries have previously captured other images of what he believes to be proof of the paranormal, including an eerie mist captured in Hedon Cemetery where a black figure can be seen 'crouching' on the ground.

Karl believes the figure was the form of something potentially demonic.

"You can see at the bottom of the picture – it looks like a black goblin creature crouching down staring directly at me," he said.

Reflecting on his otherworldly pictures, Karl said he "definitely believe[s] there's something out there", and believes that the spirits "come into reality" while people are asleep at night.

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