Meh. Color me tired of these same kinds of photographs. There is no reason to think this is a ghost.
Possible evidence of paranormal activity near the Houses of Parliament on New Year’s Eve has baffled experts after a ‘ghost’ appeared in a photo.
Stunned photographer Jules Anna only noticed the spooky sight of a transparent figure looking over the River Thames near Westminster Bridge, London, when he got home.
“Nothing like this has ever happened to me before. I can’t explain it,” he said.
“There was no one there when I took the photographs and it is not a double exposure or a long exposure. I have shown it to five or six other people and they cannot explain it either.”
It’s very easy to investigate such a claim. Get the original photo and look at the metadata to see if it’s been tampered with. And, check the exposure to see if this could have been a real person who wandered in and out. No paranormal activity required. It’s nuts and bolts. These stories should not be posted as “paranormal activity” until some form of examination is done. But, they get hits, so, they are delivered, credulously.
You can see close-ups at the Mirror site. They show the person wearing a red letterman’s jacket, jeans, furry boots and a yarmulke (?). He does look sad.