Does this image show the ghosts of WWII prisoners on their death march? Former Army Officer takes haunting image along route they took
Images of ghostly skeletons on Borneo jungle track caught on film
2,400 Australian and British PoWs marched 160 mile by Japanese, but only six survived
Men died of exhaustion, starvation, beatings or bayoneted
When Major John Tulloch retraced the steps of Allied prisoners of war and their infamous 'death march' from 1945, he thought his photographs would bare only a vague resemblance to the tortuous route PoWs took 70 years ago.
The retired army officer had revisited the muddy track in Borneo where thousands of World War Two PoWs trudged to their deaths, only to be given a shocking surprise when he looked back at his images.
Maj Tulloch studied his pictures and found what appeared to be hunched, skeletal ghostly figures marching across his photograph, almost exactly in line with the path they took seven decades ago.
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