I was filming the remains of the old McKendree Hospital complex in Fayette County, WV. One building there is often called "the morgue" by locals.
This location is deep in the forest and is reached by a one lane dirt road. I had no signal on my phone for miles on this road. I located "the morgue" and began walking towards it. I was not sure how much space I had on my camera so, as I approached, I turned on my phone in case I needed its camera. When I stepped up to the doorway of "the morgue" suddenly I had a perfect signal on my phone. Only in front of this doorway. I took out my camera and shot a short video.
When I got home I played the video and saw and image of what looks like, to me, a woman walking past the doorway on the inside of this building. The image looks like a woman holding a tray, or something similar, in front of her. She is wearing a long dress with short sleeves. She moves from the left to the right at first slow then fast. It almost looks like she's startled and bolts out of view.
The building has two nearly identical rooms in it with a doorway into each. I filmed both doorways and studied them carefully. I wanted to see if the image was possibly just a lighting affect. Although the rooms and doorways are very similar and were shot in the same light, there was nothing interesting in the video of the second doorway.
I have no idea if this building really was a morgue but I am positive it sits on the McKendree hospital complex. The hospital was open from the early 1900's to the late 1950's. First it was a mine/railroad hospital then it was a retirement home for African Americans. Many people have died here and I believe my camera captured one of them.