Say that a place that is haunted has “emotional defects”?
Sure works for me, they’re not wrong…
Cause if a place is haunted, emotional defects?
Yep, they gots ‘em or the ghosts wouldn’t be sticking around.
Some states, while avoiding the term ‘haunted’ require sellers to inform buyers of such ‘emotional defected’ places:
[via Gizmodo] In Some States You Must Tell Buyers Your House Is Haunted
If you’re planning on moving because some paranormal activity chewed up and spat out your dog you might have some extra paperwork to fill out. Some states require that sellers warn buyers about weirdness that could affect property value.
Most states require that sellers disclose the physical problems with a property, but in some states you need to reveal “emotional defects ” ahead of time. Of course what and how much you need to disclose varies from state to state. In some places you can get away keeping it vague, but in New York the State Supreme Court has held that sellers must explicitly inform buyers of all defects—including intangible ones like hauntings. [Mental Floss; Image Shutterstock] [Read More]
There is no law requiring prospective employers from telling possible employees…
The same thing.
Places, like say THIS one:
[via io9] Maine courthouse haunted by mysterious blur
Several weeks ago, a motion-sensitive security camera in the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset, Maine captured footage of a curious splotch traveling down an empty hallway. Nobody was in the courthouse at the time and this mobile blot was filmed in daylight. What will stop the reign of this trespassing smudge?
Courthouse workers say it was daylight at the time so it could not have been a flashlight. And they say if anyone had been in the building the alarm would have sounded. County Commissioner Sheridan Bond says he used a magnifying glass to examine a still frame of the image, and believes he can see a face in the fuzzy object.
Others aren’t so sure about the face —but they say the camera clearly shows something, and no one has been able to offer a logical explanation of what it might be.
Additionally, employees have reported seeing strange silhouettes in the courthouse on occasion. I’m not sure why everyone in the above video is so calm. Either they’ve come to terms with the fact that they live in a state that’s one oversized Stephen King novella or they’ve never seen Ghostbusters 2. [Read More]
This isn’t the first time THIS ghost has been caught on tape.
Click the link below, to watch the video of a ghost…
In this clip, a strange apparition is caught on tape at the Lincoln County Courthouse, near Charlotte, North Carolina. Could it possibly be the ghost of a perpetrator that was sentenced to death in a past life?
As I am in the process of writing a story, this amazing video (in link above) makes me wonder if I can hire her to do all my typing.
Cause I would seriously love a ghostwriter!
Oh, come on…
You know I just HAD to go there.