By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

Everyone’s Arguing About Whether This Photo From A Crash Scene Is A Ghost.

If you consider yourself a cynic, don't worry: You're in good company. People have a difficult time wrapping their heads around the supernatural, as its not something that can be quantified, measured, or controlled. Most of the time, the idea of ghosts and spirits is something that's reserved for scary movies -- that is, of course, until we see a photo like this.

A man named Saul Vasquez of Mount Sterling, Kentucky saw a terrible accident on the highway, one that took the life of a motorcyclist and caused police, ambulances, and onlookers to gather at the scene. He was shocked at what he was looking at, but then he noticed something that he hadn't bargained for, and something that sent chills down his spine. It's struck a chord with other people, too: The photo has been shared nearly 4,000 times since he posted it. Find out why below, and prepare for things to get a little bit spooky.

This is Saul Vasquez.

He is a truck driver who was passing through when he saw the fallout from an accident across the road. He decided to get his camera out.

What he captured from the rig of his truck is pretty spooky.

And it's causing a pretty big stir on social media.

Here's what he posted along with the photo.

"I took this picture just few minutes ago from the cab of my truck it was an accident between Campton and Stanton on the service road just off of the mountain parkway, zoom in and pay attention to the shadow just off the top of the state trooper hat. All I say is I hope everyone involved is okay!!"

It seems pretty standard at first glance, but check out what's going on above the state trooper's hat in the photo. Many claim that what we are seeing is the driver's soul leaving his body. It certainly does look like a spirit rising above the scene. Given the fact that the crash was fatal, it definitely gives you something to think about.

Next, weird things people found in their homes.

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