If we transform into the form of the spirit after death, then why not the animals too? Such kind of ghost spotted in one of the most haunted sites of Britain.
Some teenagers are claiming they captured ghosts of two horses while visiting at Berry Pomeroy Castle, in south Devon. 19 year girl Chole, got the strange picture while accompanied by her two friends Charlie and Tyler.
Berry Pomeroy Castle
Berry Pomeroy Castle
"We went in the early hours of this morning and the image was taken just before 1am. I've never been there before, we weren't intending to actually go there but Tyler told us it was meant to be haunted so we thought we would travel there".
"Tyler is the only one who had been there before, so we followed him down".
"Lots of people think it's horses chasing someone, which I 100 per cent believe too".
"Charlie never believed in ghosts before and I have always been sceptical about it, I didn't believe it until I saw it for myself. This photo is enough to make me believe".
Chole realizes now its a once in a lifetime shot. The fact is they were walking in front of the castle as they don't have any intention of capturing ghosts.
Ghost image captured
Ghost image captured
The legend behind the castle haunting such as, two Pomeroy brothers was cornered by enemies. Rather than caught by them, they killed themselves. After it, they have been seen by many visitors riding their horses, dressed in full armour. Their noises and screams are still heard in that area known as Pomeroy's Leap. Pomeroy Castle was bought by the Seymour family in 1547. Jane Seymour was the mother of King Edward VI.
Last but not the least, Chole advised to ghost lovers not to go alone. Because that may lead them to have scratches or bruises on them. Better be in a group.
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