Earlier this month, Irish President Michael D. Higgins visited St. Mary’s Guildhall in Coventry, England and delivered a speech. Coventry Telegraph photographer Joe Bailey was on hand to snap a few photos of the momentous occasion. When reviewing the pics, however, Bailey was shocked to see the bluish-green blob lurking near the President.
“I was a little taken aback to say the least,” Bailey told the Telegraph. “Some in the office are convinced it’s a ghost but I’m not so sure.”
St. Mary’s Guildhall is hundreds of years old, and Mary Queen of Scots was once confined there. Like many historic buildings, the old guildhall is reportedly haunted by a slew of ghosts, including a little girl, a monk, and a gray lady. Is the ghostly blob one of them?
The strange pic isn’t the first mysterious photo to emerge from the medieval guildhall. In 1985, a large, monk-like figure appeared in this photo taken during a dinner event. Guests claimed no one at the dinner was dressed like the ‘monk’ nor did they remember seeing a person that towered above everyone else.
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