Top 10 Crimes Allegedly Committed By Ghosts

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There is general agreement that ghosts, if they do exist, were once living, breathing people. And, unfortunately, people are more than capable of committing crimes. This may mean that spirits also try to violate their (former) fellow human beings. The following ten crimes were allegedly committed by paranormal beings. True ghostly perpetrators or just criminals of garden diversity who try to evade punishment? Be the judge.

10 Ghost Indecent Exposure

Having sex in someone else’s living room would definitely bring you a penalty for immoral exposure – and maybe for burglary! Dianne Carlisle, from Euclid Ohio, claims that two ghosts have sex in her house and that she and her family members are the involuntary voyeurs. She says that the ghosts clearly copulate and can even see “the lady’s high-heeled shoes.” Dianne are no strangers to ghostly apparitions. Her late sister contacted her by phone and left her a message that simply said “I love you,” and she saw ghosts in the mirror and played with her daughter De’Onna. The phantom lovers were caught in the act by Carlisle’s four-year-old granddaughter Kimora while the little girl was playing with a mobile phone. Dianne is as amazed at the handkerchief that goes on in her living room as everyone else: “I’ve never seen anything like it… I mean, do ghosts still have feelings? (You have) Sex? ” Carlisle says that the ghost activity in her house has not decreased over time, but has even increased.[1]

9 Ghost Theft

One would not believe that a former police officer responsible for complying with the law would be the one who commits a massive theft, but Joseph Hughes of Mount Gilead, Ohio, was convicted in 2011. But did he do it, or was it the work of something from the other side? Hughes claimed that the stolen goods found in his basement, including several air conditioners and a generator, had been brought there by a ghost. It sounds kind of ridiculous now, but we thought there was some kind of paranormal presence in the basement,” Hughes told the court. It sounds kind of ridiculous, but there was evidence to support that. Although prosecutors were stunned by the eerie defense, they ultimately did not buy it off, and Hughes was found guilty on 18 of 20 charges.[2]

8 Ghost Vandalization

Lisa and Phil Rigley, from Clifton, Nottingham, were so angry about a serious attack on their vehicles that they set up some home cameras to catch the offenders. But they got more than they expected: on August 1, 2012, at about 1:30 a.m., one of the cameras captured what looked like a children’s spirit in a bullet shape, glowing white and wearing a hoodie that jumped over the roofs of their cars. The couple was shocked. Even the skeptical Phil admitted, “I’m cynical about ghosts because I do not believe them, but this footage is weird.” Lisa added that she was “absolutely devastated by this.” I even have the footage here; it’s the image of a little child of 4 or five years. it is a ghost, it’s to be.” Ms. Rigley was particularly convinced that it had been not a standard child because her dog always barks when people are nearby, but the family didn’t awaken that night. The Rigleys eventually decided to not prosecute the ghost for criminal damage after finding no traces of the cars after the incident.[3]

7 Ghost Harassment

Harassment of any kind is annoying enough, but not even being able to see your bullies? A Saudi family thought it was going too far – and even went to court when they sued the “ghost” who irritated their household. The ghostly harassment continued for some time, with irrepressible ghosts making life virtually unbearable. From threatening voicemails to the theft of their mobile phones, the family had had enough when the ghosts in classic schoolyard manners began throwing stones at the children. The court playfully tried to verify the family’s claim that the family had committed paranormal harassment “despite the difficulty” of bringing a harassment lawsuit against the undead.[4]

6 Ghost Disorderly Conduct

A teenager who was arrested in 2006 for insulting police officers and causing an uproar, in general, had the unique defense that the unflattering voice heard by the cops was not his – but that of a disembodied pirate spirit. Thomas McGair, 18, from Glasgow, Scotland, burst out: “I wasn’t, it was the pirate!” when he was arrested and charged. Sheriff Rajni Swanney was “fascinated” by the strange story, and MGair’s lawyer, Andrew Kennedy, told the court that his client was “in a state of excitement because he claims he has just seen a ghost.” Although McGair admitted a breach of peace, he denies having been under the influence of alcohol or drugs, claiming that a ghostly influence was to blame. When he was last heard, his sentence was postponed.[5]

5 Ghost Assault

Sometimes a haunt is just a pain in the emotional sense, but sometimes it goes a bit further than that. A French family from Mentque-Nortbecourt said ghosts in their home had escalated into a veritable assault. One member of the household was so badly injured that she had to be hospitalized after being hit in the face by a flying chair and a soap tray. A family friend who visited the house also had to seek medical attention after being hit by stones thrown by the moody ghosts. Local officials took the allegations seriously enough to remove the family from their home and offer them temporary accommodation at a nearby campsite. The family says they are currently working with a local exorcist who visited her house and tried to free it from the angry ghosts.[6]

4 Ghost Domestic Abuse

When a dispute over family finances between the Wisconsin man, Michael West, and his wife spiraled out of control, she called the police and reported that West had punched her in the face and tried to strangle her. When police arrived at the couple’s home, they noticed that the woman was crying and that there appeared to be blood on the front of her shirt. When questioned, West initially claimed that his wife had suffered injuries from repeated falls, but later changed his story, claiming that “a spirit did it.” This statement proved unsatisfactory for the arresting officers who accused West of strangulation, bodily harm, and improper conduct. After a fight, West was taken to the county jail and his wife, it is hoped, went on therapy.[7]

3 Ghost Kidnapping

This case is an example of a criminal committing crimes – and perhaps cosmic karma. A burglar who robbed a house in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, said he was kidnapped and held for four days without food or water by a “supernatural figure” against his will. Police officer Abdul Marlik Hakim Johar confirmed that the homeowners returned from the holiday and found the man, whose name has not been released, dehydrated and exhausted in their home. He claimed that the creature knocked him to the ground every time he tried to leave the house. An ambulance had to be called for the would-be thief, who will surely consider it twice before attempting another burglary.[8]

2 Ghost Rape

This is an extremely sad and disturbing story. Apparently, between 2005 and 2009, more than a hundred women in the Mennonite colony of Manitoba in Bolivia reported that between 2005 and 2009 they woke up with strange genital injuries, headaches, pain, and pieces of rope tangled in their hair. They also found sperm stains on their sheets. Sadly, the youngest of these victims was a three-year-old child. Local city dwellers (largely isolated from larger communities and inexperienced with such crimes) initially denied the women’s accounts and rejected them as the product of an overactive fantasy. But as the problems worsened, they turned to a supernatural explanation, claiming that demons were to blame for the sexual assaults. Even after the arrest in 2011 of nine men convicted of drug-drugging and raping entire households, the community is still traumatized and looking for other answers. Some point to the fact that the violence continues to this day as proof that it is devils from another world, not men from the community, who are responsible for these heinous crimes.[9]

1 Ghost Murders

It’s hard to imagine a bigger monster than a mother killing her own children. Naiyana Patel of East Asheville North Carolina was arrested in late August 2011 for the murder of her two sweet and open-minded girls, 8-year-old Jiya and 4-year-old Piya. Worse still, the murders were carried out in an extremely cruel way – with a bite. Patel’s husband Lalo made the gruesome discovery when he came home and hit his wife on the head with a hatchet and his children lay bloodied on the floor. He desperately called the emergency call, but it was too late – Jiya was already dead, and Piya would succumb to her injuries in a nearby hospital. When asked about their motives for this senseless crime, investigators said Naiyana would only tell the police that “the spirit killed their children.” She added that she did not want to live and refused to seek medical treatment for her self-inflicted injuries: “It’s just a horrible, horrible incident that has happened,” said interim police chief Lt.[10]

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