VIDEO: 'Phantom nun' spotted inside Derry walls

There were multiple sightings of a phantom nun in Derry city centre at the weekend.

Monday, 30th October 2017, 11:16 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 12:45 pm
The 'phantom nun' is circled in red above. (Photo/Video: courtesy of The Playhouse Theatre/Derry City and Strabane District Council).

The ghostly nun terrified many people on a section of Derry's historic walls, close to the Playhouse Theatre on Artillery Street.

Derry father, James Craig, was in the city centre with his wife Christina and daughters Chloe (8) and Annie (7).

"I was walking along when all of a sudden Chloe and Annie started screaming.

The 'phantom nun' is circled in red above. (Photo/Video: courtesy of The Playhouse Theatre/Derry City and Strabane District Council).

"They pointed to a window in the Playhouse Theatre and there it was - the phantom nun - my two girls loved it."

The 'phantom nun' is part of the Playhouse Theatre's 'See No Evil' haunted house experience.

Anyone entering the 'haunted house' is blindfolded leading them to make their way around using only sound, smell and touch.

The 'See No Evil' haunted house experience is open during the following times: at regular intervals No pre- booking required. | See no Evil for ages 11+ from 5pm- 7.30pm| See no Evil for ages 18+ from 7.30pm- 10pm

The 'phantom nun' is circled in red above. (Photo/Video: courtesy of The Playhouse Theatre/Derry City and Strabane District Council).