Chris Sandys, a BBC photographer, was taking pictures as he covered a story on the Edward Jenner Museum in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. He was amazed to find he photoed a ghostly apparition of someone sitting in a chair.
Edward Jenner was the mastermind behind a vaccination for small pox and was in the forefront of immunology 1823. Sandys was taking a panoramic photograph of the attic in the museum when he found the ghostly image on his camera.
"You can see through a doorway what looks like a figure reclining in a chair, only there is no chair there. Who knows whether it is Jenner himself? There have been stories of ghosts at the Edward Jenner Museum,” said Sarah Parker, museum director.