A SPOOKED great-grandad spotted a ghostly face in a family photo — and immediately recognised the phantom as HIMSELF on his wedding day.Harry Ross, 64, could make out a man peering through blinds.
|To me this looks like a man wearing a uniform in a peaked hat|
Harry said: "I immediately thought, 'That's me'.
"I recognised the jacket and the rest of the outfit from my wedding day when I was 22. "The family agree that it is definitely me, but some think it's me as a very old man. It was really freaky.
"I almost fell over with fright."
|Harry on his wedding day.|
|The photo in question. Harry is seated to the right|
Harry married his wife Theresa, 60, in Kettering, Northamptonshire, in 1967, and they have ten grandkids and two great grandchildren.The photo — taken outside Harry's home in Rothesay, Bute — shows him, his son Andrew, 26, and granddaughters Bonnie, five, and Leah, two.
And retired Harry even took the snap to a psychic in a bid to solve the mystery.
He said: "The guy told me that was definitely me in the snap.
"He said it meant I had to let go of the past. I don't understand as my wife and I live a happy life and have no skeletons in the cupboard.
"At least I don't anyway — maybe the wife's got another man."
Link: Scottish Sun
I have often wondered whether it is at all possible for someone to haunt themselves.
And by the meaning of `haunt`, would such an apparition on video or photograph be a slip back into time?
Sadly that question has not been answered in this story.
The man in the window looks elderly, and not unlike Harry himself.
So is this a trick photo of Harry superimposed in the window, or is it in fact a relative in spirit?
As usual, I leave this to your own thoughts and impressions ....