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Ghost Spotted On Camera Haunting Historic Cemetery



Call it Google un-Earthly.

An observant New Hampshire woman had online paranormal buffs quaking in their boots after seemingly spotting a ghost in a graveyard on a popular mapping service.

“I think I might have just found, like, a ghost, or Google Maps’ first ghost,” the footage’s uploader Amy Pendleton intoned in a suddenly viral TikTok clip that shows off the alleged map-parition, Jam Press reported.



Pendleton instructed viewers to Google the Gilson Cemetery in Nashua New Hampshire — apparently a veritable mecca for ghosthunters and other believers in otherworldly activity.

Pendleton toggles Google to a 360 panorama view and takes a stroll down the road, revealing a spooky figure with a blurred out face lurking behind a set of stone walls.

Zooming in reveals what looks like the head and torso of a middle-aged man leering at the viewer like something out of an occult horror movie.

Pendleton toggles Google to a 360 panorama view and takes a stroll down the road, revealing a spooky figure with a blurred out face lurking behind a set of stone walls.

Zooming in reveals what looks like the head and torso of a middle-aged man leering at the viewer like something out of an occult horror movie.

Others speculated that the explanation was more rooted in reality. “May have just been someone walking,” theorized one realist while another wrote, “Are you sure that’s not just a blurry guy?”



Even Pendleton questioned the veracity of the so-called spectral event, writing: “Google often edits out a person caught by the Google car. The Street View blurring guy did a half-ass job. I mean is it a bush?”

Legitimacy of the sighting notwithstanding, Gilson Cemetery has long been a hub for so-called haunted phenomena, according to local media.

Fright-seers have reported everything from glowing lights to fog rolling in out nowhere like something out of “Dracula”; others said they heard screaming while some claim they were pushed by an unknown entity.

Some even claimed they saw some spooky passersby, including a woman in a white dress and a baby wandering around the tombstones.

Among the strangest sighting is an alleged hole in the center of the grave of Walter Gilson, who died on Aug. 28, 1811 at five years old.

Some have speculated that the crater was made by a bullet, while others believe it was drilled into the stone.

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