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Mom Snaps A Photo Of Daughter, Then Notices ‘Ghost’ Standing Behind Her

Mary Ryan always believed in the supernatural, although her husband Andrew was never quite convinced, until she showed him a photo she snapped while visiting the Tower of London in the United Kingdom.

The mother of two was visiting with her daughters when a snapshot of her 16-year-old daughter’s reflection revealed what she believes to be the ghost of a little boy.

Mary insists that the there was no one else in the room; the room was so small she would have noticed. Many believe the boy in the reflection is the spirit of a little boy murdered almost 600 years ago.

“All of us were quite freaked out by it as we couldn’t explain it,” Mary told Daily Mail. “Everyone I have shown the photo to is fascinated by it.”

It is believed the basement of the tower was used for torture, thus causing there to be many restless spirits roaming the property.

See the unthinkable photo below.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: MARY LANG, 40, PARTNER ANDREW LANG, 38 AND DAUGHTERS KAYLEIGHT, 18 AND CHLOE LANG, 15)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

Mary Ryan and her family were visiting the historical Tower of London. During her tour of the landmark, the mother believes she had a paranormal experience.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: MARY LANG, NOW 40, AND CHLOE LANG, NOW 15 WHEN THEY WERE YOUNGER)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

Mary believes that the image of a ghost appeared in a photo taken of her reflection.

“We’ve not seen anything like this before. I love things to do with the paranormal. I’m scared to death of it but I love reading about it,” she told Daily Mail.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: CHLOE LANG, 15 WITH LONDON GUARD)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

Mary was with her daughters Kayleigh and Chloe. She became captivated by an old bedazzled gun in a glass case.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: GHOST WHO COULD BE YOUNG BOY EDWARD V WHO WAS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN MURDERED IN 1483 BY HIS UNCLE RICHARD.MUM MARY RYAN TOOK THIS PICTURE OF DAUGHTER KAYLEIGH, 18 AT THE HISTORIC TOWER OF LONDON)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

When Mary snapped the photo of her daughter’s reflection in the case, she noticed the boy standing behind Kayleigh.

“You can see Kayleigh’s reflection in the glass on the picture and Andrew’s hand on the right hand side. But the skin on the boy’s face is completely different than the others, which is what made me look at it properly,” she said. “It’s horrible. I was really freaked out by it. Kayleigh was really scared by it too. She was worried it could have been following her – she was only 16 at the time.”

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: PRINCE EDWARD AND RICHARD)***PLEASE NOTE – COPYRIGHT UNKNOWN***A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

Mary believes that the boy is the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V who was believed to be killed by his uncle Richard III in 1483.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: GHOST WHO COULD BE YOUNG BOY EDWARD V WHO WAS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN MURDERED IN 1483 BY HIS UNCLE RICHARD.MUM MARY RYAN TOOK THIS PICTURE OF DAUGHTER KAYLEIGH, 18 AT THE HISTORIC TOWER OF LONDON)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

Historian Sir Thomas Moore, believes Edward V and his cousin were smothered by their uncle and buried on the property of the Tower of London.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: DAUGHTERS KAYLEIGHT, 18 AND CHLOE LANG, 15 IN LONDON)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

“There was only another glass cabinet behind us and the corridor was about two metres wide at most. It was just enough to fit someone else past but there was no one else there,” Mary said. “We were at the end of the group so no one was behind us or near us. In fact, there were no young boys even in the group. The boy’s clothing even looks old, very old. Even his hair and everything [look old].”

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS(PICTURED: GHOST WHO COULD BE YOUNG BOY EDWARD V WHO WAS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN MURDERED IN 1483 BY HIS UNCLE RICHARD.MUM MARY RYAN TOOK THIS PICTURE OF DAUGHTER KAYLEIGH, 18 AT THE HISTORIC TOWER OF LONDON)A mum-of-two claims a photo she took at the Tower of London could have been photobombed by the ghost of 12-year-old Edward V solving a 500-year-old murder mystery.Mary Ryan, 40, was taking snaps of weapons on display at the historic attraction while on a day trip but failed to notice the face that appeared in the reflection until she returned home to Liverpool.The hairdresser believes the ghostly face of a young boy could be that of Edward V, who was sent to the Tower, along with nine-year-old brother Richard, by his uncle Richard III in 1483.It is widely assumed they were murdered as the duo were never seen again but Mary claims her picture could be the first image ever caught of the tragic young prince.SEE MERCURY COPY

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