Saturday, January 7, 2017

Was the ghost of a murdered Prince photographed at the Tower of London (video)

A mother has claimed she has been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V
Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.

The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by their uncle King Richard III in 1483.
It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again - but Miss Ryan claims that her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.

Sir Thomas More, the 16th century statesman and historian, claimed the two princes were smothered by their uncle and buried within the tower - though it was never proved and their disappearance is often cited as one of the world's greatest murder mysteries.

Miss Ryan had visited the tower with her boyfriend Andrew Lang, 38, and daughters Kayleigh, 18, and Chloe Lang, 15, in early 2015 and claims the family have been “freaked out” by the photo ever since.
Miss Ryan said: “You can see Kayleigh's reflection in the glass on the picture and Andrew's hand on the right hand side.

“But the skin on the boy's face is completely different than the others, which is what made me look at it properly.

“It's horrible. I was really freaked out by it. Kayleigh was really scared by it too. She was worried it could have been following her - she was only 16 at the time.

“We've not seen anything like this before.

Read Full Story: Express UK 

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