CC Antya 18.51

kibā brahma-daitya, kibā bhūta, kahane nā yāya
darśana-mātre manuṣyera paiśe sei kāya
Word for word: 
kibā — whether; brahma-daitya — a brāhmaṇa ghost; kibā — or; bhūta — an ordinary ghost; kahane yāya — I cannot say; darśana-mātre — as soon as one sees; manuṣyera — of a man; paiśe — enters; sei kāya — that body.
Translation: 
“I do not know whether the corpse I found was the ghost of a dead brāhmaṇa or an ordinary man, but as soon as one looks upon it, the ghost enters his body.