A Doncaster dad reckons his life is looking up - after Nanny McPhee appeared in a patch of mould in his wall.
Tony Kaye, aged 62, of Fifth Avenue, Woodlands says a picture of the fictional film character appeared in the same way as shapes sometimes seem to appear in clouds.
Nanny McPhee was a character in a 2005 film who magically helped turn a family around when they were having problems.
Any Tony reckons his luck has changed since he saw the image appear.
He said: “I woke up one morning and all of a sudden I saw it, and thought ‘that’s Nanny McPhee’. In the films she helped families which were in trouble.
“At the time, I was fighting eviction and looking for help for my autistic son. Since then, it looks like I may now not be evicted, and I’ve got help sorted out for my son.
”I think it has really given me hope.”
“Some people can see the picture, although others say they can’t. I think once you can see it, it clicks, and you can see it whenever you look.
“You can see her hat, her face, a full dress and her hands around an urn. She’s in a seated position.”
Dad of three Tony works as a distribution worked for Tesco, Middle Bank, Doncaster, but is due to retire through ill health, having been fighting prostate cancer.