The Norwich Evening News has published a photograph taken by Andrew Kitt. Could this be the Ghost?
The photographer admits he felt chills down his spine has he processed the pictures he took at Norwich’s Cinema City complex.
He told the press, “It’s not a hoax. Nothing has been done to that image,” and “The hairs on the back of my neck went up when I first saw it. I’m keeping an open mind. I’m not saying it’s a ghost or anything, but it is certainly strange.”
The picture was taken around about 10.40 pm from the steps which overlook the courtyard. There’s a door at that location which is used to let kitchen staff in. An easy explanation for the blurry image is simply that someone walked into the shot. Mr Kitt, however, is pretty convinced that didn’t happen to say that he’s “near enough 100 per cent sure” that no one used the door while he was taking the pictures.
The area the photograph was taken does have history. Cinema City and parts of its bar are on the site of some of Norwich’s oldest buildings. Stonework dates back to the 14th century and the site has been in use since the 13th century.
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What do you think? Is this a valid ghostly photograph? A photograph of a ghost? Or just another blurry passerby? Do you think the Cinema City Ghost will enter Norwich folklore or be forgotten about by next week?
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