Google Maps users spot eerie-looking ‘ghost car’ passing by on icy street

Google Maps has been around for years since it was launched in 2005.

The street view tool promises users a lot of things, including 3D mapping and panoramic view of roads.

And when fans aren't using it for those functions, it's very handy for just checking out what's going on in the world.

In the past, the app has spotted eerie-like images to resemble ghosts – and now it's happened again.

A haunting image unfolded in Canada where a ghostly presence was spotted in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut.

The image was taken outside on what appears to be a very snowy day in the country.

While the road is completely empty, one thing appears to have been captured in the shot.

At first glance you might not spot the truck passing by, until you take a second look.

In the middle of the road there appears to be a faint-looking truck.

One eagle-eyed user spotted the eerie image and shared it on Reddit.

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The caption read: "Ghost car."

In the photo, not even the driver is spotted in the vehicle, sparking fears it might be something ghostly.

But in reality, it seems like Google Maps might have experienced yet another glitch.

The technical fault will have caused the image to look distorted to give it a creepy feel.

Usually when the camera takes photos, it's on top of a car or handheld by a Google Maps employee.

The images are stitched together in post-production to create a seamless environment which users can then click their way around.

And when the image captures a moving object – like this vehicle – it can cause a bizarre result.

So what do you make of the sighting? Tell us in the comments below…

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