‘Who ya gonna call?’ - Police take on ghostbusters in West Raynham
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Tales of hauntings and spooky apparitions have existed in Norfolk for decades but ghost hunting is not advisable, according to Norfolk police.
PC Jon Parker of Norfolk Constabulary posted on social media on Wednesday that he had been called to a reports of suspicious activity in West Raynham.
When he arrived he found a dozen people who claimed they were out hunting for ghosts.
When the officer searched the group, along with their vehicles, he found they were carrying what was believed to be their ghost hunting equipment.
It included a wooden post, a baseball bat and numerous tools.
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The officer said the owner of the objects had “a few questions to answer”.
Ghostly activity in West Raynham was made famous in 2010 when the paranormal reality show Most Haunted did a seven night live investigation at a former RAF base.
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