A group selfie taken by visitors to a notoriously haunted plantation in Louisiana appears to show the face of one of the site's resident spirits.
The creepy image was posted to Facebook by The Myrtles Plantation, a popular tourist destination due to its reputation for being "one of America's most haunted homes."
In the photo, a group of guests gather together to commemorate their visit to Myrtles with a celebratory selfie and seemingly managed to snap a shot of something supernatural in the process.
Spotted in a window behind the women is a remarkable anomaly which bears a striking resemblance to a face.
Some have suggested that the oddity could be evidence of Myrtles' most famous ghost, a slave girl named Chloe, who has purportedly been photographed at the plantation on numerous occasions in the past.
Skeptical observers, however, argue that the 'face' is simply a trick of light and shadow which became a 'ghost' by way of being taken at a legendary haunted location.
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