Caroline Harding, a woman from Staple Hill, claims to have captured a ghost in one of her photos taken at the Aerospace Museum in Patchway during the Bristol Film Festival’s screening of Top Gun: Maverick on March 21.
While taking a picture of Concorde Alpha Foxtrot’s cockpit, Caroline was surprised to see the clear image of a man’s face, despite no one being allowed inside the plane at that time.
She stated, “I didn’t get a sense of anything unusual while I was there. It was only when I got home and was looking at the photos that I started questioning it.”
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Despite not believing in ghosts, Caroline found the face-like image to be eerie.
As an aviation enthusiast, the incident made her think of the famous story of the ghosts of Eastern Airlines Flight 401 and wonder if a past Concorde pilot was haunting the cockpit.
“It was just really strange, and it’s not in any of my other photos either. It was just a shock,” she said.
Upon zooming in on the man’s face, Caroline recognized a striking resemblance to her grandfather.
She explained, “There’s a specific image I can think of, of him in his uniform, and it looked very much like my grandpa.” Caroline shared the photo with her mother, who also agreed that it looked oddly similar to Caroline’s grandfather.
Although Caroline believes that the face-like effect may have been caused by a light reflecting in a strange way, she cannot fully explain the occurrence.
Who knows, maybe there is a ghost haunting Concorde Alpha Foxtrot’s cockpit.