A CREEPY ghost-like figure has been caught on camera in Toowoomba.
Katie Harvey, a paranormal and historical enthusiast, said her friend accidentally photographed the figure.
Ms Harvey was one of the founders of Toowoomba Ghost Chasers which has more than 36,000 followers in Toowoomba and around the world.
The latest incident took place on Sunday when Katie May, a paranormal investigator, went to the Drayton and Toowoomba Cemetery.
She took a number of photos including one which appeared to show a ghost.
"I took that photo as I was walking back to my car, no particular reason why, I was just taking photos of the surrounding area," she said.
When she was standing in an area, her K2 meter - a hand-held ghost detecting device which has become a standard paranormal investigation tool and cultural phenomenon - suddenly went "crazy".
"I didn't notice anything out of the ordinary while taking it and it wasn't until I got home that and went back through my photos that I noticed it.
"I looks as if it's a woman in period Victorian-style attire with that filled out long sleeved dress."
She said it it looked like the woman was turned away from the camera as she could see a figure shape including a waist, arm and skirt.
Ms Harvey later returned to the site to investigate but failed to find any ghostly activity.
It's not the first ghost to be seen at the cemetery.
Ghost chasers photographed a "red figure" in Drayton last year.
A little girl ghost was seen at Goombungee-Haden Cemetery in January this year.
Toowoomba has recently gained worldwide attention for being one of the most haunted places in Australia.
Videos purporting to show ghosts in Toowoomba have gone viral and viewed millions of times.