A mother believes that she captured the face of a young prince - who was allegedly murdered by his uncle Richard III.
When Mary Ryan looked back at the photographs she had taken inside one of London's most popular tourists attractions, she then spotted the spectral presence.
After reviewing the photographs, she believes that the face of the young boy belongs to 12-year-old Edward the V - the prince who was about to claim the throne.
Edward and Richard, aged 12 and nine, disappeared from the tower in 1483 and were never seen again.
Richard III then became King, and it is claimed by a 16th century historian, that both of the boys were smothered before being buried within the tower.
Mary went on to mention that the face of the boy could not have been another child, because there was no other child in the room when the picture was taken.
The white tower, also known as an old keep, is the oldest part of the historical landmark. It was designed to strike fear into the citizens of London, and the basement of the tower is believed to have been used as a torturing dungeon.
Do you believe that this image is paranormal? Could this be the face of a long forgotten prince who was destined to become king?
Source: Daily Mail