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"Ghost" photobombs group at Myrtles Plantation

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St. Francisville, LA -

On Monday, the Myrtles Plantation shared a haunting photo of an unseen guest. 

A group of tourists were visiting the plantation home in St. Francisville when they stopped to take a group selfie. The faces are all smiles except for one that shouldn't be there. 

What looks like the image of a person appears in a window behind the group. The photo on The Myrtles Plantation Facebook page has been shared nearly 2,000 times and a few commenters say the image could be "Chloe", the resident ghost. 

According to  The Myrtles Plantation website, "Chloe" is believed to be the ghost of a slave girl famously seen in a photo taken on the plantation in 1992. 

Commenters on the post also questioned if the ghostly apparition is real. What do you think?

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