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'Ghost Nun' Caught on Camera

'Ghost Nun' Caught on Camera

An unusual picture taken by photographer Jonathan Curran is causing a stir online as it appears to show the ghostly image of a 19th Century Claddagh nun. Curran snapped 13 photographs in total to create a panoramic view of an area known as The Long Walk in Galway, Ireland. Only one of the images shows the strange female figure. "The image was not visible either before or after the photograph was taken and was not captured in any of the other photographs, either going or coming. She just seemed to appear for a moment and then disappear. There were other people on the Long Walk that day, but they seemed oblivious to her presence," he explained. More at the Galway Independent.

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