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Woman photographed with shadow figure while out to lunch with family

Woman photographed with shadow figure during brunch
Woman photographed with shadow figure during brunch
Photo courtesy of Ordene Parris

A woman went out to lunch with her family and while waiting for their food one of the family members started taking photos. After reviewing the images later that night, she noticed something strange in one of the photos. She sent the photo to the paranormal website Ghost Study to be analyzed.

Ordene Parris of Reading, England recently submitted a photo to Ghost Study of what she believes to be evidence of the paranormal. In the photo, a black shadow figure is seen lurking in the background behind her.

"I'm not sure what it is or if its anything at all. My family and I went to the Carvery in Reading for Sunday lunch, that's where the photo was taken. I think I have something here," Parris said to Jim Easton of Ghost Study.

According to Parris, a family member had taken multiple photos of her back-to-back and in one of the images a strange ghost appeared. The first photo she submitted appears to be normal whereas the second photo taken immediately after captured a black figure standing behind her.

"We feel that it's most likely not a living person but we're not completely ruling that out. Which then narrows it down to either a very impressive manipulation or this might actually be a shadow ghost in the picture. Something else to consider however, is the fact that shadow ghosts like to be in the shadows of darkness, which is not the case here in this well lit room just another puzzling fact," Eaton said in response to the image.

What do you think the eerie figure is? Is it a real person? Is it a hoax? Could it be a ghost? Sound off with opinions in the comment section below.

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