Photographer Jules Annan snapped the above shot of London's Palace of Westminster this past New Year's Eve, and though nobody was in sight of his lens at the time, the image doesn't quite reflect that. Standing on Westminster Bridge, overlooking the Thames River, a transparent figure wearing jeans and a red and white jacket can clearly be seen gazing at the beautifully lit-up building, and Annan firmly believes that it's a case of paranormal activity.
A professional photographer, Annan says he's never seen anything like this before, and can think of no camera issues that could've possibly resulted in such an image. As reported by Mirror, UK paranormal investigator Lee Roberts agrees that the photograph can't be explained by camera error or image tampering, and he too believes that a ghost truly has been captured by Annan's camera. Though the modern day clothes the 'ghost' is wearing would lead you to believe that the photo is of questionable authenticity, Roberts notes that ghosts from all different periods of time roam the Earth, from Victorian times to the present day.
What do you think? Did Annan capture a real ghost on camera? Or is there a much less paranormal explanation? Comment below and let us know!