A Cafe owner has called in the ghost-hunters after claiming to have seen a spirit on his security camera.
Chills went down Dan Clifford's spine when he checked his CCTV and saw what he's convinced was a ghostly apparition hovering over a table set for two.
He summoned a team of ghost specialists, who said the sighting - said to be a figure of a woman - was the most striking evidence they had come across in almost 10 years.
Dan, 35, said yesterday: "The first time I saw the shadow moving on the camera my heart went nuts. I thought there was an intruder in the shop.
"But when I looked closer I realised it couldn't be a live human being - I could see right through it."
The CCTV image was taken in the dead of night after something set off a motion sensor. And Dan claims it's not the only evidence of ghostly goings-on at his Curiositeaz Vintage Tea Room in Perth.
He said:"Over the past few months, all the staff have experienced something.
"Some have heard voices. Others have witnessed chairs moving and one was pushed forwards and felt a chill right down their spine."
"We’ve also had a number of mediums stopping in because they felt something when they walked by."
"Some have told of feeling the presence of a woman, which fits with our newest image."
"I have always believed in the spirit world but I'd never experienced anything like this until we opened Curiositeaz less than a year ago. It’s all been very exciting."
Dan has shown his CCTV images to ghost enthusiasts from Paranormal Investigation Scotland, and has talked to them about the other strange happenings at his cafe.
He has also fitted high-tech new cameras which takes still and moving images if sensors detect anything larger than a cat.
He said: "We are very interested to hear what the experts have to say about the recent sighting."
"We want to prove to any sceptics that we have not tampered with any images."
A spokesman for Paranormal Investigation Scotland said: "This is the most convincing image we have seen in almost a decade, so we were keen to start looking into it."
The experts will return to the cafe next month, with some of Scotland's best-known mediums in tow. They'll monitor the tea room overnight for signs of ghosts.
Edited by Brenda Booth