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A frightened schoolboy spent the night in his mother’s room after seeing his own picture. © Photo by Anita Ilmast, IA Rosbalt

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Ayesha Wilson-Bent, 36, from England, was at home in late July when her 14-year-old son Gabriel sent her a photo of his 12-year-old brother Christian smiling from a tower of car tires.

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In the evening, Christian was looking at a photograph and noticed a “spider web” near his head. The teenager increased the brightness of the picture – and saw the girl’s face.

Ayesha asked the brothers if they edited the photo. The shocked boys claimed that they did not process her in any way.

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“I believe in ghosts, but I was a little skeptical. And I asked them if they added the face in Photoshop. Both adamantly answered no, the mother of the boys told the Daily Mail. I tried to see if I could add the face myself, but it didn’t work. They were so shocked and frightened that I realized that they did not touch the photo. My boys are not advanced Photoshop users. I looked at the time they took the photo and when they sent it to me – it was literally seconds. They didn’t have time to edit.”

Ayesha with children
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Ayesha with children

Wilson-Bent continued: “Christian looked at the photo and enlarged his face. It seemed to him that there was a web next to him, and he began to examine it carefully. Then he ran up to me and said: “Mom, look at this.” I replied, “I don’t see anything.” I thought they were playing a prank on me. They said, “No, mother, look.” They both looked very shocked. I was watching TV at the time, so it annoyed me a little, but I looked again, and then I thought: “Oh my God, there is something there.” Christian was horrified. That night he slept in my room, he was so scared.”

Ayesha told the media that the family is still in shock over the supernatural image and jokingly expressed her hope that Christian didn’t “bring it home”. But the mood has changed a bit since then. “Now we are at the stage when photography makes us more happy than scary. It’s rare luck, I think,” says Wilson-Bent.

Later, the photo was shared on social networks, where the opinions of observers were divided: someone believes in the authenticity of the picture, someone considers it a fake.

In a group dedicated to ghosts, one of the commenters wrote: “Definitely this is not a fake, this is a girl of about nine. Obviously wants to play with your sons. So sad when the spirit is lost, bless her… Great. Thanks for sharing.” Another commented on what he saw: “To hell with people’s negative opinions if you know that she is real. That’s all that matters.” Skeptics, in turn, note: “this is complete nonsense”, “the work of an amateur editor is visible here, the face was clearly inserted.”

Source: Rosbalt

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