Natalie Wilkinson, 28 and her friend Kerry Morris, 31, saw an advert for bell ringers and thought it might be a good thing to try.
They turned up to St Nicholas’ Church in the village of Thorne, Doncaster, South Yorks, and had a tour before taking a quick snap.
But they were stunned to find what they claim is the ghostly face of a little boy behind them.
They since found out the church’s north doors are known as ‘Devil’s doors’ because they were meant to be left open to let the bad spirits out.
Natalie, from Doncaster, said: “It’s quite freaky up there being a church and as old as it is, the steps are narrow and old wood, meaning only one person could squeeze down at a time.
“After exploring we headed down to the bell floor, being the last down I said ‘quick let’s take a selfie’ as no one would believe what we had been doing on this random night.
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