A reader writes: “I took this picture back in 2008, it was one of a series of three where the first two showed a group of lights that I took to be flash reflections. It was only when I saw the third picture, this one, when I realised it couldn’t be caused by a flash.
Kirby Hall is situated in Northamptonshire, England and was built around 1570. It now stands part ruin and part restored and open to the public during the day. This picture was taken of an upstairs room that you cannot gain access at night as it’s in the restored part of the building. I’ve zoomed the picture in slightly from the original to get a clearer view. I find it quite eerie. What do you guys think?”
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