A paranormal investigation group say they have captured photographs which show there to be ghost nurses inside an historic Derbyshire building.
The group known as “When Darkness Falls” took the photographs (above and below) a few months back from inside the main hall of the Grand Pavilion in Matlock Bath – a 110-year-old Edwardian building.
Artist Kimberley Griffiths from the group told Derbyshire Live that nobody else was inside the building when the photograph was taken at around 6.30pm.
It was only after seeing the photograph later on in the day that the group discovered the ghostly detail.
That’s because the photo appears to show two nurses together on the right-hand side of the image.
The group say one of the nurses appears to be standing while the other is sitting down.
It is believed the spirits’ presence in the picture makes historical sense as the building was once used for soldiers to spend time recuperating from injuries and lodging troops during the First and Second World Wars.
The building was constructed in 1910 to entertain and shelter tourists but was saved 100 years later when the local community stepped up to take ownership after its condition significantly deteriorated.
Kimberley, 33, said: “We went to Matlock Bath a few months ago for an investigation. We walked into the main hall of the building and took some photos.
“It wasn’t until we got back home that we saw in one of the first pictures I took of the room that there were two spirits in the picture and they look like nurses. They are really clear.
“One seems quite a bit taller than the other and are in nurse uniform. And it looks like one of them is holding a lamp.”
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