Saturday, 26 October 2013

IS THIS A REAL GHOST CAPTURED ON THE SITE OF AN OPEN AIR MEDIEVAL CASTLE `THEME PARK?`

This photograph appeared in a newspaper publicity feature for Halloween events around the areas of Bishop Stortford, and at Stanstead Mountfitchet `Castle` on the Essex/Suffolk borders.

Is this a ghost `resurrected` in a copy of a 900 year
old castle?
The ghost pictured was snapped in the Grand Hall of the medieval village at the castle in Stansted after the night watchman had commented on more than one occasion of feeling "not alone".

There are no further details.

The `Castle` is actually a re-interpretation of an earlier Norman wooden motte and bailey castle which disappeared eons ago.

Is this a real ghost attracted back to the site by a modern `medieval` interpretation, or something created on Photoshop as a Halloween publicity feature?

The `ghost` looks `artistically inspired`, but that is my impression.

A link to the newspaper feature is here:

`Ghost presence in Stortford increasing as groups prepare for spook-tacular Hallowe'en!`

I have previously never encountered this photograph before. To me the image has the `texture` of a ghost, but the scant historical facts surrounding the capture of the ghost are dubious.

The `castle` is advertised as `a unique open-air museum experience where the visitor can travel back in time over 900 years and truly witness life in a medieval Motte and Bailey castle`.

Fact or fake? You decide ..



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