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Don't turn back! Spooky snap shows ghost of unmarried pregnant woman drowned 300 years ago

A SPOOKED woman has claimed to have captured the ghost of woman who reportedly went missing 300 years ago on camera at a national trust.

Diane Barron, 46, from Norwich, Norfolk, snapped the eerie spirit leaning with two hands on the wall of the bridge at National Heritage site Oxburgh Hall.
Covered in misty black robes, the ghoul appears less than a meter away from another visitor who was oblivious by her close-encounter. 

Mrs Barron was on a trip to the medieval family home built for courtier Sir Edmund Bedingfield in 1482.
Eagle-eyed Mrs Barron, only spotted the unusual figure when reviewing her pictures and is certain it must be a spirit.
Previous online reports claim the figure of a cloaked woman haunts the grounds of Oxburgh Hall, after she mysteriously went missing three-hundred-years-ago.
Despite differing beliefs on what the picture could be online, Diane adamantly maintains that she did not edit her picture and that there was a dark figure on the bridge.
Mrs Barron, a customer advisor, said: "It was just a normal day, sunny with some clouds, we'd used our national trust cards to visit the hall.
"I took several pictures and there were no special events on at the hall on the day.


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