Couple film ghost of ancient Egyptian priest haunting museum where his 3,000-year-old mummy is kept

Caters_NewsPublished: July 13, 2017542 views
Published: July 13, 2017

Ghost-hunting couple Sean Reynolds and Rebecca Palmer capture image of 'hooded Ancient Egyptian priest' on camera walking into tomb where his 3,000-year-old mummy lies. The shadows of the Egyptian priest Nesyamun can be seen on the floor of the hallway.

The ghost-hunting fanatics have set up equipment at the Leeds City Museum to investigate the claims that the museum is being haunted. As they call the priest to make himself known, the equipment around them starts beeping and a moment later, a black shadowy figure is seen crossing their path.

Sean and Rebecca were filming their paranormal TV show at the museum in March of this year. The Liverpool couple have said that the equipment was going crazy, which only happens when something sets them off, like an alarm. The first person to notice the apparition was their camera lady, Jane.

The duo was hoping that it wasn't just Jane's eyes that saw the shadow, but her camera as well. The footage shows a human-like shape with a pointed hood heading straight for the tomb of the priest Nesyamun. It was their visit to the museum which claimed to be haunted by a hooded priest and they managed to capture the specter on tape.

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