- A photo of alleged ghost girl in Cambridge went viral.
- Paranormal expert wants to get the actual footage of the image to know if this is a real ghost.
- Small town police chief George Bell said it wasn't a ghost.
There are tons of ghost pictures that you can see on the internet. However, not all of them are not made by Photoshop.
Last week, a photo of a mysterious girl captured in Cambridge has become trending. As a matter of fact, some paranormal experts are wishing to view the actual footage of the mysterious girl in the photo.
The copies of the photo have been spread online. There are lots of comments and shares. But what's the truth behind it?
To find the truth, Greenwich Paranormal Research Team President Tania Woodward urged anyone could give her the actual footage.
“We like to look at the actual footage from the actual camera it came from,” Woodward said.
"There’s a lot of historical places and we do pick up a lot of stuff from that.” she added.
Due to the curiosity of many people, George Bell received emails asking some information about the ghost girl. According to Bell, they took the photo in a field camera in a property of Washington County. He confirmed the girl is not a ghost.
Bell added that someone called him and confirmed that the girl is her granddaughter. He did not reveal the name of the guy who called him. But he said he is a business man.
Although the police small town chief refused to give the name of the grandfather of the alleged ghost girl, NewsToday 24 found out that the grandfather was Chic Wilson, owner of Willard Mountain Ski Resort.
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