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Submitted by: William J. Butterfield
Georgia, USA

I took this picture with my Minolta Z1 digital camera while visiting Patriots Point Naval Museum in Charleston South Carolina (USA).
It was taken inside the old WWII aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown CV-10. The picture was an inside view of a radar room aboard the ship. To me it looks like I caught a figure of spirit(ghost).
What I can make out is it seems the image is off a uniform, like brownish in color. When I look closely I can make what looks like buttons and on top of the arm it looks like a part of the shirt where they would attach ranking material. I took this picture without flash and there was no one near by me when I took the picture. If you look at this picture and find anything out of the normal please let me know at the above email address.

Contact me here: william@pacificvoyager.us


Naval Museum
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