Is this the figure of a ghost stalking the corridors of an abandoned hospital?
Taken in the 1990s, the picture of a deserted sanatorium is enough to send a shiver down your spine.
After the pictures of Poole Hospital were published in the Gazette, readers claimed they could see “a man dressed in all white” who looks like a doctor at the end of the hallway.
Posting on Facebook, Jo Griffiths said: “Just looked through the photos and on picture 20 it looks like a man dressed all in white at the end of the corridor!”
And others soon agreed, with Jo Savage replying: “Spooky”, while Brad Allen said: “I’m convinced.”
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Once a proud medical institution, the Nunthorpe sanatorium originally opened in 1932 and shut its doors in 1989.
It then became a haven for teens looking for their own real-life Blair Witch experience in the 90s.
And many people have spooky stories to tell from their time exploring the abandoned site.
Shona Robertson said on Facebook: “Remember going up here on a night loads of us it was a creepy place.”
Bob Murray added: “Was spooky, few experiences. After Poole was closed Cleveland Police used Grey Towers for dog training.
“No dog would go into the chapel would not go past the door the police handler could not believe it.”
And Keith Shorten said: “I done security up there on permanent nights when it closed down and believe me I did not look forward to my shifts.”
The main building was demolished around 2002 for housing. Grey Towers Hall has now been converted in to flats.