Did ABC reporter catch a GHOST on camera while reporting from one of America's most haunted houses?
By Thomas Durante
A Louisiana reporter filming a segment on a haunted house became a part of the story when a 'spirited' guest made a surprise appearance on camera.
Vanessa Bolano, who works for the ABC affiliate WGNO in Matairie, was doing a report this week at the historic Myrtle's Plantation in St Francisville for a story about haunted happenings.
But as she looked over the video of her report in the edit room later, she noticed something strange.
Can you spot the ghost? WGNO reporter Vanessa Bolano does her report from Myrtle's Plantation in St Francisville, not noticing the object floating behind her?
What is it? Bolano was filming a segment on the haunted house when a 'spirited' guest, top right, made a surprise appearance
Just as Bolano describes the 12 ghosts that allegedly live on the grounds of the plantation, one appeared to make its television debut, as something can be seen floating behind her.
Neither Bolano nor her cameraman had noticed the object during filming.
Bolano says that strange figure appeared as she was standing in the French Bedroom, which is widely believed to be the most haunted room in the house.
Myrtle's Plantation is regarded as one of the most haunted sites in America.
Discovery: Bolano didn't notice anything was amiss about her report until she watched it in the edit room
Ghostly: An arrow points to the oddly shaped orb that appeared during the report
A popular ghost story centered on the home is the tale of Chloe the inquisitive slave.
She would often listen in on conversations she wasn't supposed to, snooping in on her master's private talks.
One afternoon, Chloe was caught. According to legend, her master cut off her ear as punishment.
For revenge, Chloe baked a cake out of oleander leaves, which are poisonous.
Haunted: The historic Myrtle's Plantation, pictured, is believed to be one of the most haunted locations in the U.S.
She wanted her cruel master to taste it, but his wife and daughters beat him to it.
She fled the house, but was lynched by her fellow slaves. She still haunts the plantation to this day, listening in on the conversations of its visitors.
Chloe can sometimes be seen hiding behind the doors, columns, or bushes on the residence.
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