UK granny spots dead hubby's face in family christening photo
A grandmother from Petham, Kent, was left stunned, after a family christening photograph seemed to show the ghostly image of her late husband.
Heather Sewell, 50, saw the spooky black-and-white face hovering over the front.
"I couldn't believe the likeness to my Terry and was completely amazed to see him at the christening," the Mirror quoted her as saying.
"It knocked me back when I saw the picture. It looks so much like him. It was actually a bit upsetting to see his face.
"I tried to convince myself it was not Terry but it is so convincing that I believe it is," she said.
Sewell was at the christening of her granddaughter Mia-Bella at St Martin's, Canterbury and #65533; England's oldest parish church in continuous use, when the baby's uncle, Jamie Sewell, 29, clicked the phantom face on his mobile.
It was not until later, when the family was in the pub looking at the day's photographs on Facebook, that Sewell, spotted her husband's likeness.
"Terry had a long face and so does the ghost. It has the same hairstyle and is the same height and #65533; about 5ft 8 in," she said.
"I am quite a superstitious person but not over the top. I do believe there is something out there and #65533; there are too many things in the world we cannot explain.
"I know there has been no photo trickery so it is all very spooky and perhaps not what you want to see at a christening. When we first saw the Facebook page everyone was stunned because the image is so clear," she added.
Sewell's labourer husband killed himself 17 years ago. He was 41.