Continue past #7 around and into the alcove for #8-11. Moss and lichen are trying to reclaim this one. Right of #9, ascend a bulge and slab from the obvious LH sidepull and RH jug (a). Descend off to the right from the slab. You can opt to up the grade to V4 if you start RH on the cobble (b).
9a&b. Spooky V2 (a) / V4 (b) ... FA: Ashley Overton, 2006
Opposite #10, ascend the arête right of the chimney from a head-high start (a). Pull over onto the slab and head for the top. You can again opt to up the grade to V4 if you start a move lower slightly to the right (b).
Opposite #9, ascend the left side of the chimney for 16 feet to the sloping topout. The rock quality at the bottom is horrid, but it gets much better the higher you get and its all worth it..
The name comes from an obvious handprint left by someone years after this problem was established. Start low and left on crimps and trend up and right to an unsatisfying finish below a crumbly headwall guarding the top. I suspect one could easily extend this problem by bringing stickbrushes and aggressively cleaning the topout before working it out.