Day off from online readings today. This morning is personal development coaching for my clients looking to bring positive changes into their personal and working lives and then psychic development teaching this afternoon for those interested in all things esoteric.
Does this photo show the ghost of the famous Grey Lady haunting the corridors of Hampton Court?
Rumours of her presence at King Henry VIII's former home have been rife for nearly 200 years.
Holly Hampsheir, 12, went to take a picture of her cousin Brook McGee, also 12, during a family day out at the 16th century home.
But the girls were soon in for a shock when they looked back at their snaps and saw what appears to be a spectral figure with long flowing hair and a full length black gown looming over the schoolgirl as her back is turned.
In another spooky turn of events, the next image in the series showed no sign of the visitor at all.
The girls did not realise what they had captured until they looked through their photos a day later.
The Grey Lady Dame Sybil Penn was a servant at Hampton Court and the nurse of Prince Edward.
Rumoured sightings of her ghost began in 1829 when the church at the palace was rebuilt and her tomb moved.
Following this, strange noises of a person working a spinning wheel were apparently heard through a wall.