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Nashville tourist captures shocking image of ghost downtown not wearing mask

Nashville, TN - According to reports, a Louisville man captured a shocking image of a ghost downtown Nashville on Saturday night, not wearing a mask.

Bill Reynolds says he was just trying to take a photo of Printer's Alley but got way more than he bargained for when he reviewed the images later that night.

Reynolds told reporters, "I was just looking through the pictures at the hotel, and there she was, plain as day, not wearing a mask."

Reynolds asked his wife to confirm that the apparition was not wearing a face covering before he walked down to Broadway, looking for a mask enforcement officer.

He showed the photo to a police officer outside of Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and explained where he had seen the mask-less poltergeist. The officer then called it in on his radio and sprinted toward Printer's Alley with Reynolds' camera.

"I'm not sure what happened after that," said Reynolds, "But I hope they cited her."

Reynolds also hopes to get his camera back before he returns home on Tuesday.

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