Britain's 'sexiest ghost' leaves 'fingerprints on the inside of mummy case'
The blonde apparition has been seen on camera flashing her cleavage, but this is the first fingerprint left behind
A blonde spook left her finger and thumb prints inside a mummy case, according to ghost-hunters seeking evidence of Britain's SEXIEST ghoul .
The alleged fingerprints were found in an ancient Egyptian Mummy's case at the Torquay Museum in Devon.
The saucy spectre - who spotters say has yellow locks and shows off her cleavage - has previously been caught on camera sashaying down the corridors.
Museum bosses say they are a loss to explain the goings-on.
After the image of her in the Old Devon Farmhouse Gallery was published, the attractive ghoul has quickly build a growing number of admirers.
One fan said: "This blonde bombshell certainly sent a chill up my spine.
"Who knew ghosts could be so sexy? She could haunt my house and give me nightmares any day of the week.
"I certainly wouldn't want to see her busted."
Her reign of terror was unveiled after a Real Investigators of the Paranormal event took place on Friday.
Museum manager Carl Smith said: "The weirdest thing was that we have a mummy, which we believe is Devon's only human mummy."
"During the night on the inside of the case we saw what we believe were handprints on the inside," he continued. "It was a pretty clear two fingers and a thumb.
"The case had not been opened for seven years and last time it was opened it took seven men to open it. It was impossible for it to be opened by someone else.
"It is something that we cannot explain as they were not there before the evening. It freaked a few people out."
Shortly before the event, the female ghost was seen creeping between the artefacts.
She was wearing old clothing showing off all her assets as she emerged from the floor and cast her eyes down towards a light.
Mr Smith said: "We saw something in the middle of the photo and when we adjusted the contrast we clearly saw the woman.
"It was a bit of a surprise and pretty creepy.
"From the angle of the photograph it looks like she is submerged into the floor, almost like she is below floor level.
"There was no one else present when the photo was taken so we are at a loss to explain it."It is a bit of a mystery, and there seems to be no other explanation."
Mr Smith says there has been a lot of spooky activity at the museum since the picture of the woman emerged in July, which includes books just flying off the shelves in the shop.
The museum was founded in 1844 and its highlight is the mummified remains of a four-year-old boy from Ancient Egypt.