A woman dressed as a nun was pictured dancing with a skeleton beside the graveyard.
A baffled passer-by snapped the bizarre activity, which appeared to involve human and dog models in skeleton form.
The witness says they were not the only one outside the old Hull General Cemetery to be left confused as other cars also slowed to check they did not see things.
Hull Live reports that dressed in a cream nun’s habit and coif headpiece; the woman looked joyfully dancing with a model human skeleton and playing with the dog.
A startled witness who took the snaps from a passenger seat said: “Literally, she was stood at the cemetery on Spring Bank West opposite the turn off for Hymer’s school. She was dancing with a skeleton.
“It was clearly attracting a lot of attention with people stopping to watch nearby and people in their cars looking!”
A second person could be seen filming the bizarre scene, suggesting the dancing nun was filmed as part of a stunt or art project.
The odd spectacle happened just before midday on Saturday, September 11, on the busy road into Hull.
The Hull General Cemetery has not been used for almost 50-years, although it remains one of the city’s most historic sites.
Created in 1847, it was used until its closure in 1972.
It contains a number of the key monument and burial sites, including those victims of a cholera outbreak in the 1800s and the great and the good from Hull’s prosperous 19th-century community.