Thursday, November 10, 2016

In 1975, Diane Berthelot and her husband Peter, were visiting Worstead Church when Peter snapped this eerie photograph of his wife sitting on a church pew, seemingly not alone. When they showed the photograph to the priest, he informed them that the...

In 1975, Diane Berthelot and her husband Peter, were visiting Worstead Church when Peter snapped this eerie photograph of his wife sitting on a church pew, seemingly not alone. When they showed the photograph to the priest, he informed them that the church had been haunted by a ghost referred to as the “White Lady” for the past 150 years. An early account of the White Lady is much more tragic. In 1830, a man climbed into the church belfry exclaiming he was going to kiss the White Lady. When he failed to reappear, his friends found him huddled in a corner shaking - “I’ve seen her. I’ve seen her” he muttered before dying.

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