Ghost Hunters Busted for Breaking into Dead Man's 'Haunted' Home

A pair of self-described ghost hunters in England say that they broke into the home of a recently deceased man because they had heard that his house was haunted. The bizarre incident reportedly occurred back in January when a resident of the town of Accrington passed away and rumors began to circulate throughout the community that his home was the site of strange paranormal activity.

Having heard these whispers for a few weeks, Jason McCash and Naomi Ruth Haworth decided to investigate the matter for themselves and proceeded to break into the now-abandoned building. When police arrived shortly thereafter, the duo offered a rather fantastic explanation for their presence. "They claimed to be ghost hunting," explained the prosecutor at their sentencing hearing last week after the pair pled guilty to 'criminal damage.'

This assertion was echoed by McCash's defense attorney, who added a bit more color to the claim. He explained to the court that the region is "a veritable hot-bed of paranormal activity, including every type from witches, headless specters, to ghosts and Roman soldiers and everything in between." More on this very strange story, including how the judge responded to the pair's claims, at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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