In the Church of Scotland turned up the ghost of Princess Diana

January 20, 2012 21:20

Tourists photographed ghost of Lady Di

Group of Chinese tourists managed to photograph the ghost of Lady Di in a church in Glasgow.
This case has already been raised to the ears of the entire British press. Expert on the paranormal, Michael Cohen is subjected amateur video scrutiny. He studies the video itself, as well as consult with other experts as a strange phenomenon in the church can be a ghost or an optical illusion.

 According to Cohen, ghosts often appear in places that were associated with the life and dlayut is not just so, and in order to prevent individuals or entire nations of impending danger. (Mother Diana Spencer, Frances Shand Kydd, spent most of his life in Scotland, where she died in 2004.) Reports

"Scientists tell us that ghosts do not exist, but at the same time, people around the world often see them — says Cohen. — We, the living, can, and do not want to have anything to do with the dead, but they may have unfinished business in our world. "

Recall that Princess Diana died August 31, 1997. Trying to hide from the paparazzi chasing them, Lady Di and her lover Dodi al-Fayed, crashed on the machine,

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