A city council believes it may have proof that ghosts really do exist after something strange was caught on film at a Victorian museum.
Security cameras in Belgrave Museum in Leicester appear to have captured pictures of ghostly apparitions in the grounds of the museum.
Curator Stuart Warburton said: "The security cameras at the back of the hall triggered off one night at about 4.50am, and then suddenly ... two figures appear on the film.
"The camera freezes for about five seconds and then the figures disappear. And then we have a mist that swirls along the top of the wall, which we cannot explain.
"The hall is haunted, there is no question about that," Mr Warburton added.
There have been supernatural sightings here before. The museum gardener, Michael Snuggs, is convinced he has seen a ghost.
"I was standing in the house and from the top of the stairs, this figure appeared and walked down the stairs.
"At the bottom, she looked through the window at the garden, and then just turned and smiled, and walked through to the kitchen," Mr Snuggs said.
Belgrave Hall, a Victorian townhouse, was originally owned by the local MP, John Ellott.
Many believe that one of his daughters is still present here now - as the ghost of Belgrave Hall.
Haunted or not, the security camera footage is now being tested as experts are determined to get to the bottom of this mystery.