Woman Sees Ghost In Photo And Then Things Got Really Creepy

By Dave Basner

July 15, 2019

Seven years ago, Rhynnice Trelfa went on a picnic with friends and family in Manchester, England. To remember the day, they decided to take a picture by a lake. She didn't think much of the picture and didn't look at it for some time after, but when she did, she got chills - a ghost photobombed the shot

If you look closely, there is what seems to be a dismembered hand on the wall behind the guy in the sleeveless black shirt. Making things even more creepy - Rhynnice later learned that the place where the photo was taken has a history of deaths, and a woman's body was found there the very same day Rhynnice had her picnic there. 

If that weren't enough to send shivers down your spine, check out the pinky finger on the hand - it's pointing at the man in the middle of the group. Sadly, that man passed away a few years after the photo was taken. 

Rhynnice told the Mirror:

"When I first discovered the abnormal hand I knew immediately that is was an unexplainable phenomenon. A shuddery feeling went all over my body, I started to cry, I had a lump in my throat, goosebumps. I was terrified. I know absolutely that nobody was behind us. Also, another photo that was taken only seconds afterwards shows no sign of the hand."

Thanks Mr munky for the shot. Soldiers of core ✌🏻

Posted by Rhy-nnice Trelfa on Tuesday, September 5, 2017

She explained that after she put the photo online, a few mediums reached out to her and suggested it belonged to a female with a connection to man in the sleeveless black tee.

Rhynnice added, "My belief is that the soul in the photo is somehow linked with us. It's very exciting to have captured something like this. I have always been a bit of a believer, but I hadn't really experienced anything as solid as this."

Photo Credit: Getty

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