The Ghost of White Lady, Ghost of Worstead Church
In 1975, Diane and Peter Berthelot alongside their 12-year-old child went to the Worstead Church. Diminish snapped a photo of his better half asking peacefully on one of the congregation seats. After improvement, off base, a companion of Mrs. Berthelot was stunned to see a white shadowy figure sitting directly behind her and pointed it out. The figure in the photograph seems, by all accounts, to be wearing light-hued, out-dated garments and a hood. The accompanying summer, The Berthelots would return back to the Worstead Church with the photograph and ask about it with Reverend Pettit, who happened to be the congregation vicar. He educated them concerning the legend of the White Lady who is known to be a healer showing up close somebody who required recuperating. Diane all of a sudden understood that the time the photo was taken, she was very sick and taking solid anti-infection agents. The phantom of the White Lady goes back well more than 100 years. As indicated by one story, on Christmas Eve of 1830 a man gloated a test to the White Lady. He said he would move to the highest point of the congregation's spire and kiss her on the off chance that she would show up. So up he went. When he neglected to return after a period, be that as it may, companions went to look for him. They discovered him in the tower, cringing in a corner, startled. "I've seen her," he let them know, "I've seen her… ." And then he passed on.