Family photo reveals that a family of 4 might have been visited by a ghost while swimming

Whether you believe in ghosts or think it’s all a bunch of nonsense, everyone can agree that the following story is downright creepy…

According to littlethings.com, after posting a chilling photo on Facebook, a Queensland, Australia woman is standing by her claim that the photographer caught a teenager’s ghost on camera.

Kim Davison claims that she and her friend Jessie Lu took their three children to a swimming spot called Murphy’s Hole at Lockyer River in 2014. However, when they examined the photo in question, they discovered a fourth child in the photo, in between the two adults, where Davison says there had been nothing but water.

While most people would just shake off the creepy image as some sort of camera glitch, Davison was understandably terrified to discover that almost exactly 100 years earlier, a 13-year-old girl named Doreen Sullivan had drowned in this exact location.

After the photo and story were posted to the Toowoomba Ghost Chasers page on Facebook, experts examined a negative of the image and could not deny that there was light in the shape of a young girl in the photo.

To make it even scarier, Davison told the Daily Mail that her daughter “had her leg grabbed two times by something in the water”.

In a negative image, any light will come up black, so clearly there is something more than a splash of water in between the two adults. What do you think it is?! Credit: littlethings.com

“When I went back in for one last dip to cool off I did feel something behind me as I was walking out of water but tried to ignore it,” she continued.

While some people believe it’s just a splash of water, one thing is clear: The eyes see whatever they want to see…and mine see something that may keep me up all night!

In 2014, Kim Davison and Jessie Lu brought their three children to Murphy’s Hole swimming area in Queensland, Australia. After viewing a fourth child in a photo taken that day, they believe it is the ghost of a 13-year-old girl who died in the same location nearly 100 years earlier.

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