Whether you believe in ghost, spirits, or the supernatural in general, some things almost cannot be explained.
And this hen party seemed to experience something peculiar.
A group of women at a hen party experienced something so unnerving that they actually cancelled their trip and fled the area.
The party were staying at a remote estate in Argyll and Bute in Scotland for a weekend.
I know, it seems incredibly cliche as the context of a hen party at a remote estate in Scotland could very well be the beginning of a horror movie, where attendants get killed one by one by the vengeful ghost of a jilted Victorian lady.
They had been posing for some nice photos at the stunning location and everything seemed to be going fine.
However, after taking the pictures, they were left absolutely mortified by what they saw appear in one of their takes.
The first picture is innocent enough, showing the group posing for a celebratory weekend.
But in the second picture, taken just moments later, the distinct image of a young boy can be seen popping up behind a set of logs.
That's already spooky enough in and of itself, but surely not enough to persuade an entire group to pack up and go home?
Well, the problem is that it's not just the spooky face. There's also something of a story at the estate, because, well, of course there is.
It transpires that there is a story of 'The Blue Boy', which was made into a film in 1994. The film is about a boy who drowned in Loch Eck.
And in an interview with The Herald in 1994, The Blue Boy screenwriter Paul Murton revealed that he had based the story on a tale he had heard from a hotelier.
He said: "I was talking to the hotelier about it and he mentioned the Blue Boy. This, he said, was a young child who had been on holiday with his parents in the hotel and he had been sleepwalking during the night. He had strayed outside, fallen into the loch, and drowned.
"When they found his body it was blue with the cold. Hotel staff had noticed that things like cutlery and plates were often out of place for no apparent reason - perhaps more sinister than that was the fact that they sometimes found wet footprints upstairs in the corridor."
While there were people who doubted the authenticity of the photo, which is fair, between that and the Blue Boy, that's certainly enough to give anyone the creeps.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to pitch a studio a horror movie about a hen party being killed off by a vengeful Victorian ghost...Featured Image Credit: X/@hollydca