An image of a restless spirit has been captured at the notoriously haunted Bodmin Jail.
Bodmin Jail was built in 1779 before closing down in 1927, the prison can be found on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, England and it has since been turned into a hotel, museum and gift shop.
Throughout the years, the buildings haunted reputation has attracted the attention of numerous supernatural TV shows, paranormal investigators and the general public who are keen to experience something unexplained.
Recently the jail's paranormal events manager Kirsten Honey has captured what she believes to be the image of a female spirit lurking within its ancient stone walls.
"The picture was taken during our last lockdown about four months ago in the Naval Wing which is part of our attraction and now open to the public," she said.
"I think it is an old woman described as the hag often seen within the walls of Bodmin Jail. She doesn't reside in one spot she wanders through the corridors. Other people have witnessed her and felt fear or unsafe with her - she resonates a very uncomfortable feeling."
"She is extremely agitated and grumpy and would be the kind of woman to avoid."
The image of the spirit can be viewed below.