Alleged photographs of ghosts of two dead children taken by a family during a visit to a cemetery in Sydney, has left the family quite shaken.
The family undertook a ghost tour in Picton, claimed to be Australia's most haunted town.
Renee English, from Port Macquarie, said there were no children inside the St Mark's Cemetery when she clicked the mysterious photo, allegedly showing the two children, David Shaw and Blanche Moon, who died 60 years apart, according to the Daily Telegraph.
"When we were standing at the bank looking into the cemetery I was just snapping away and making jokes about the whole thing," News.com.au quoted her as saying.
"I know that when I took that photo there was no one else in the cemetery. The only people we saw were a family of four about 10 minutes later but those kids were clinging to their parents the whole time.
"When we uploaded our photos and saw the children all the hairs on my arm stood up and I just went cold all over. That night I couldn't sleep at all and I'm never watching a scary movie again. I wasn't a believer in ghosts but now I'm intrigued," she added.
Jenny Davies, who conducts the tour, with her father John said: "Picton's just so haunted. We find people always love to see their photos afterwards because most of these things aren't visible to the naked eye."