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BBC cameraman captures ‘live’ ghost -
BBC cameraman captures ‘live’ ghost
A BBC journalist has seemingly captured a ghostly image on camera. Chris Sandys says he cannot explain what has happened – or the result. Sandys was working on a project which involved him taking pictures in an attic of a museum that’s normally closed to the public.
Sandys firmly denied that the image had in any way been doctored. “As a BBC employee I wouldn't dare doctor an image or I would lose my job." The image was captured at the Edward Jenner Museum, in Berkeley, Gloucester, England. Dr Jenner lived in the house from 1785-1823. Dr Jenner pioneered work on vaccination against smallpox.
The ‘ghost’ appeared in a room where there’s plenty of ancient graffiti from when the house was used by soldiers in the 19th Century.