A photo taken at a Louisiana plantation known as "one of America's most haunted homes" is going viral.

Blair Menard posted the photo to his Facebook page asking his friends if they saw what he saw in the picture taken from outside of his cottage at The Coco House. If you examine the photo closely, you can see a shadowy figure that looks like a little girl in the bottom left corner.

At first, I figured Blair was having a little fun with his Facebook friends, but according to his post the photo is "NOT EDITED in any way." Here is a brighter version of the image.

Facebook, Blair Menard

The Myrtles Plantation is a historic home and antebellum plantantion located in St. Francisville, and as we mentioned earlier it is known as one of most haunted spots in the country. The Legend of Chloe is one of the many ghost stories that surround the mystic bed and breakfast.

In 1992, the proprietress of the Myrtles photographed what appeared to be a slave girl standing between two of the buildings on the plantation. The insurance company had required photographs to be taken that would show the distances between the buildings to aid the underwriters in rating a fire insurance policy for the plantation.

Do you see what Blair and many others see? Do you think anyone could have possibly been playing a prank on him? Have you had a similar experience at The Myrtles or any paranormal activity in general? Do you even believe in ghosts?

Let us know in the comments now and stay tuned to this post for any updates!

[via Facebook]