- THIS is the sensational picture which proves ghosts exist,
a teenager claims.
- The spectral vision was captured by 14-year-old Connor
Bond at an ancient castle in the Scottish highlands famed for its ghostly
- The ghoulish apparition was snapped by accident while
the youngster and his family were attending a wedding at the castle.
- The family only noticed what they had captured when they
downloaded the image on to their computer and saw the ghostly hand and
a swirl of mist around it.
- The ghost was captured at Tulloch Castle in Dingwall
in the Scottish Highlands - a historic pile well known for its supernatural
- Despite describing themselves as 'sceptics', Connor and
dad Mike are now convinced the ghost they snapped is real and are hoping
experts will examine it and prove them correct.
- Mike, 52, from Inverness said: "We were at this
wedding and Connor was walking around taking loads of photos. I think he
took about 200 in total.
- "After we loaded them up on to the computer we were
looking through them and were just stopped in our tracks by this one shot.
- "You can clearly see this ghostly figure on the
- "You can see a hand on the banister and what appears
to be a white mist around it.
- "Being a sceptical person I thought Connor had done
something to the picture but he says not and I believe him."
- He added: "Even other members of the family can't
believe what they've seen and are all checking their own photos now."
- Tulloch Castle dates back to the 1200s and has a long
history of ghostly activity.
- The most famous of them is the Green Lady who has been
seen by dozens of people, and even has the castle's bar named after her.
- She is believed to be the ghost of Elizabeth Davidson,
whose family once owned the castle where her portrait hangs in the Great
- Mike added: "I just don't see what else it could
be - it's a digital camera so you can't accidentally double expose the
shot and Connor swears there was no one around at the time.
- "It's a mystery."
- (Note from Editor - Double exposures ARE possible with