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Ghost hunters have started to investigate claims of a foul-mouthed ghost telling tourists to 'f*** off' at a beauty spot in Somerset.
The sweary spirit apparently hangs about near a place called 'Dead Woman's Ditch', the site of a centuries-old murder.
To be fair, that does sound like the sort of place an ill-tempered ghoul would frequent.
According to those who claim to have experienced the rude apparition, it's supposed to be a 'woman in white' that's telling the tourists where to go.
Now, two paranormal investigators, Christine and Dave Thomas, have taken up the reins on an investigation into whatever is going on around this particular ditch.
So, it seems as if the site itself was named after the 1789 murder of a woman called Jane Walford by her husband John back on Somerset's idyllic Quantock Hills.
Christine and Dave claim that this mysterious spectral woman in white told them to f*** off, perhaps because it doesn't want them fiddling in her business, but also just perhaps because she's rude.
They also claim that they've encountered the spirit of a murderer from about the same time of Jane Walford's death.
That's convenient, isn't it?
Anyway, Dave said: "My wife has experienced it for a long time.
"There's residual memories being replayed. Then there are voices you can interact with. Some can be quite nasty, evil.
"Not everybody is aware of ghosts."
Nope, not everyone is, are they?
Of course, we don't just have to take Christine and Dave's word for it. They're not the only people to have experience the supernatural out there in the Quantocks.
In fact, some of the locals claim that stuff has been chucked at them, and reported seeing mysterious disappearing men walking ghoulish dogs alongside the canal.
One person said: "When you walk across a car park and a post it note pad falls out of the sky with no one or buildings near as in the middle of a car park.
"A few days later, in the same place, both myself and my friend here whispering in our ears the words 'hello'.
"Another time I was walking along the canal and saw an old man walking towards me with a dog.
"It was a winters evening so dark, the man got near me and was looking down towards the ground wearing a cap.
"He mumbled hello and I said hello back. After about 20-30 seconds.
"I looked back to see no man there - I'd walked that way and knew that there was nowhere he could go as along the canal, and there was no splashes or anyone falling in the water."
At least those spirits didn't tell them to f*** off, there's nothing worse than an ill-mannered ghost.
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