A chilling picture taken inside an old-fashioned train carriage has been giving people in Belfast the creeps.
The mysterious snap was taken at Halloween at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
It seems to show an apparition looking straight at the camera, and the legs of another ‘ghost’ sitting opposite.
The eerie shot was taken by Jonathan Hanna, BelfastLive reports.
The 45-year-old, from Bangor, said: “I took that on Halloween Day at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
“It was in the folk bit and I was in a carriage and no one else was in it. I took a lot of pictures and got home and near died when I saw that.
“It spooked me, I could not believe it. A few people have asked if it was photoshopped but I don’t know how to do that.”
It wasn’t the only spooky thing going on at Halloween in Belfast.
Another scary shot showed what looked like a ghost at Crumlin Road Gaol, when two eyes, a nose and mouth can be seen glowing in the dark.
And a theatre in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, appeared to be visited by an apparition when a script shot across the stage as if pulled by an invisible hand.
Tim Matthews and the South Yorkshire Ghost Hunters visited the Old Nick Theatre in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, last month where he filmed their investigation.
But the Sheffield-based petrol station worker was left with ‘goosebumps’ when he reviewed the night’s footage and spotted a mysterious piece of paper eerily moving across the room.
When the 36-year-old dad put the video online, he claims nobody could explain what the object was, or how it was moving, and now wants to show the world his ‘evidence’ of spirits haunting the theatre auditorium.
The video shows members of the public taking part in the hunt with the team, seemingly blissfully unaware of the object apparently whizzing past them from stage right.