20:20, 1 Aug 2016,Updated 20:21, 1 Aug 2016, By Ryan Smith
This one has us spooked.
Returning to Northern Ireland for the first time in 46 years from Australia, Heather Weston wanted a few touristy snaps at Carrickfergus Castle - but she got a lot more than she bargained for.
The 49-year-old was snapped by her mum, Laurena, in a room in the castle built in 1177 and to her right appears to be an image of a small boy.
Heather told Belfast Live: "My mum took the picture and right before she took it my sister Sandra took a selfie without me in the window and there is nothing there.
"We never spotted a ghost until we looked at the pictures later that evening. I didn't feel anything at the time, just a bit cold.
"I also had another experience in the castle as well - I took a picture inside a cell and my flash on camera was down but it went off and I got an electric shock.
"It scared the absolute life out of me."
Original photo with anomaly circled.
I converted it to black & white.
B&W cropped and enlarged.