Imagine, if you will, a majestic, Victorian theater in Biddeford, Maine. It's Halloween night in 1904, and a talented young woman named Eva Gray is enchanting the crowd as she sings a touching rendition of 'Goodbye Little Girl, Goodbye.' A mere moments later, after finishing the number, Eva collapses backstage and dies due to a fatal heart attack.
These are events that really took place, but it seems that the past doesn't want to stay in the past. Ever since this tragedy occurred over a century ago, the spirit of Eva has been said to linger inside the old Biddeford theater.
Last month, ghost hunters captured the following infrared images of what appears to be a ghostly woman in turn-of-the-century garb, roaming the historic building.
Can you spot Eva? Hint: she's the white figure in an evening dress, exiting up the stairs in the back of the theater. This photo was taken by a woman named Caroline Mezoian, who is certain that it is indeed the wandering spirit of Ms. Gray. She told The Sun: “This is the first time in four years of paranormal research we have ever captured a full body apparition."
Caroline said that other members of the ghost hunting group felt a strange, chilly presence: “I didn’t really believe it at first, but when you look at the images how can you deny that’s not something?... I am not one of the ‘feelers' or 'sensitives’ on the team. I’m all about the equipment and I need to be able to see something or hear something on our devices."
Caroline also captured a phantom figure standing on the balcony. It appears as though the hazy entity is gazing out over the stage. Her and the others in the group took photos and footage in the theater from 5.30pm until 8.45pm on December 19th. They were granted expressed permission from the owner.
“I painstakingly go through footage and I’m still not done with the investigation. Others in the group felt something but I can honestly say we never expected that.
She added: ““It’s real but we will let people think what they want... Skeptics will think what they want but this is the most convincing evidence we have yet.”
What do you think? Could this really be proof that Eva's ghost still roams the theater? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.