A woman was stunned to film the "trapped ghost " of an old woman trying to escape an 800-year-old church dungeon.
Karen Furlong, 44, caught the spooky snap by chance at St Mary's Church in New Ross, in Co Wexford, over the weekend.
It has made the front page of her local newspaper and Karen insists she is "100% certain" she had pictured a ghost.
She told the Irish Daily Mirror: "I was sitting at home Saturday night and I got up to go into the kitchen and noticed it was snowing.
"I ran out to the front and brought my phone with me, because the church is just across the road from my house.
"I'm obsessed with the church, I always post pictures on Twitter and Instagram."
She posted a few snaps of the church on Twitter and added: "And I was just sitting up in bed when I looked at it, and I went: 'Hang on a second'.
"I zoomed in and said: 'Oh my god, I think that's a ghost, a spirit!', and it just took off from there.
"Now to me, I originally thought it was a monk, but the more I look at it I can see the despair in the figure's face, and I think it might be a woman."
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Karen, who described herself as a "Shamanic Master", said: "We've always been told stories there's dungeons over in that church, that there's a tunnel that leads the whole way underneath the church and under the River Barrow.
"There's stories of soldiers, and little drummer boys, stuff like that.
"To me I think it might be an old woman with something around her shoulders.
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"Now another medium came back to my sister and said it's a woman as well but there's a bishop with her but the bishop is not shown in the picture.
"And another woman said he or she, I think she said it was a she, can't go further than the wall she's trapped there, she can't go further than that wall. It's caught there, you know."
The picture has been viewed tens of thousands of times on Twitter alone and featured on the front page of the New Ross Standard.
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