An amateur photographer believes that he has taken a photo of the famous Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII second wife.
Liam Archer took the photo at Hever Castle which was the home of a young Anne Boleyn. The castle later became occupied by King Henry’s fourth wife , Anne of Cleves, years after Anne Boleyn was beheaded.
Many ghost hunters believe that the spirit of Anne wanders the corridors of Hever Castle, so has Liam finally got proof with his photo?
The photo shows a ghostly shape which you could say resembles a hand pointing towards the fireplace, in the living room.
He said he was trying to take a picture of the grand fireplace but could not believe his eyes when he looked back at his photos.
He is now convinced that what he caught was the spirit of Anne Boleyn and says that she was trying to give him a message.
Liam said “In the prayer room there was a fog or a mist hovering around but I didn’t think much of it at the time.
“I felt like an unknown force was pulling me through the castle. I couldn’t see it but I could definitely feel it.
“I didn’t know what to make of it because I didn’t believe in ghosts at this point.
“It wasn’t until three months after that I realised what I had taken a picture of. I am confident this is her.
“I believe there is something important historically inside the fireplace she wants me to recover.”
I’m not convinced, it could be anything just by looking at the way the photo was taken.
I actually visited Hever Castle last year. I didn’t pick up on anything strange or happened to take any spooky photos, but I would recommend visiting if your ever in or around the London area. Its a good day out.
So here is the photo a little bit closer. As with most paranormal photographs it is blurred but it does look odd. What do you think?
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