In 2017, I'll be publishing another book- that one about my experiences with ghosts I've met in the British Isles, which includes one of Henry VIII's wives, Katherine. In this new article from the UK Mirror, a bus driver caught her image on camera!
'Ghost of Henry VIII's wife' caught on camera - can you spot it?
Updated By David Keane
Trevor Tye, 45, swears that nobody has tampered with the photo he took after driving a coach load of tourists to Hampton Court Palace
A coach driver snapped what he believes could be the ghost of one of Henry VIII's wives during a visit to Hampton Court Palace.
Trevor Tye, 45, had driven a coach-load of tourists to the royal palace but ventured in to get pictures himself while he was waiting.
It was only after returning home after taking pictures of the beautiful marble staircase in the Palace's public entrance, that he spotted what appears to be the figure of a young woman stood eerily watching down.
Henry VIII's fifth wife Catherine Howard was imprisoned at Hampton Court in 1541 before she was beheaded at the age of 21 and her ghost has been said to still haunt the palace.
Trevor claims he sent the picture to the palace, who informed him a security guard had spotted the ghost of a young woman or girl in the same spot on more than one occasion.
Trevor, from York, said: "I didn't even realise I had caught anything unusual until I got home and a friend looked at some of my pictures and said, who is that girl?"
"I couldn't believe it as the room was completely empty when I took the picture so I know that there is no way it is someone in the shot," he continued.
"I have had the picture examined by experts and everyone has said the picture has not been tampered with at all, so for me the only explanation is that it is a ghost."
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Trevor, who works for York Pullman Bus Company, has been an avid ghost hunter for more than a decade but says this is the clearest 'proof' he has ever seen.
Trevor said: "It is most definitely one of the best examples of a ghost being caught on camera and I think this is especially true since the security guard was able to confirm that he has seen the same figure too.
"I was very careful when taking the picture to ensure no one was in the room - the last thing I wanted was someone ruining my shot.
"Unfortunately the vast majority of ghost pictures you see are faked so I am really pleased to have caught something like this."
One room of Hampton Court has become known as the Haunted Gallery as there have been so many alleged sightings of Catherine Howard.
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It is said she is usually seen in a white gown, much like the one in Trevor's picture, while Henry VIII's third wife Jane Seymour is also said to haunt the palace after dying there in 1537.
Trevor said: "I don't know who the ghost is, but it is either a young woman or perhaps a girl of maybe 16 or 17. It is hard to make out the age of her clothing but it doesn't look modern.
"It looks like she is looking down and reading something on a stand in front of her.
"I am not scared by the picture and would happily go back to Hampton Court, but I doubt I'll capture anything quite like this again."
The palace's website lists both Catherine Howard and Jane Seymour as ghosts who might haunt Hampton Court, along with Sibell Penn, the Lady in Grey, and a 'Skeletor' figure caught on CCTV in 2003.
Hampton Court's website states: "Hampton Court Palace, with its 500 years of history, has seen many dramatic royal events from the death of Henry VIII's third wife, Jane Seymour, to the condemnation and house arrest of his fifth, Catherine Howard, for adultery.
"Over the centuries, staff, visitors, workmen and residents have experienced strange phenomena for which there is often no practical explanation."