IS THERE more to this photograph than meets the eye?

Neil Spencer thinks so – he took this picture in the Skirrid Mountain Inn, near Abergavenny, reputedly one of Wales' most haunted places.

Mr Spencer, who was delivering beer to the pub at the time, said he "felt a presence" and took out his camera.

Later he made out the shape of a woman, wearing a long cloak, on the right-hand side.

He said several paranormal enthusiasts had backed up his claims.

The Skirrid Mountain Inn was notorious for its use as a courtroom in the 17th century.

180 hangings took place within its walls, and a roof beam still bears the marks of the hangman's rope.