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Man charged with firing his gun at a 'ghost'

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The Caspian Hare

Maybe if he can prove ghosts exist in court he will be acquitted. If I were a lawyer I would take that case just for fun. My list of expert witnesses alone would be a riot.

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Eldorado
1 hour ago, The Caspian Hare said:

Maybe if he can prove ghosts exist in court he will be acquitted. If I were a lawyer I would take that case just for fun. My list of expert witnesses alone would be a riot.

Is a gun effective protection against a ghost?  (If not, why would your client, a self proclaimed paranormal investigator, a ghost expert, use one?)

Only asking, for talking sake.

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Not A Rockstar

People scare me more than ghosts.

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Stiff
16 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

Is a gun effective protection against a ghost? 

Only if it's loaded with salt. I learned that from Sam and Dean Winchester.

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The Caspian Hare
15 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

Is a gun effective protection against a ghost?  (If not, why would a self proclaimed paranormal investigator, a ghost expert, use one?)

Only asking, for talking sake.

LOL I think you need a proton pack

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highdesert50

Delusional and provided a firearm; the third leading cause of death for men 15-29 in the United States. Made even worse because he obviously needs a proton pack.

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Black Monk

Can't really blame him. Many ghostly experiences are terrifying.

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Buzz_Light_Year

I wonder if he was using "Hallow Point Rounds".:P

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freetoroam
3 hours ago, The Caspian Hare said:

Maybe if he can prove ghosts exist in court he will be acquitted. If I were a lawyer I would take that case just for fun. My list of expert witnesses alone would be a riot.

I want to be the prosecutor in this case. Please let me, man i would take him to the cleaners....then recommend the judge send him to the asylum:

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The incident mirrors a very similar series of events that occurred back in 2011 when Devaux had called the cops claiming that a ghostly intruder had suddenly appeared in his home.

https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/321308/man-charged-with-firing-his-gun-at-a-ghost

 

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freetoroam
3 hours ago, Black Monk said:

Can't really blame him. Many ghostly experiences are terrifying.

Yes we can really blame him. This guy claims to be:

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The 25-year-old, who claims to be a paranormal investigator,

And instead of getting his camera or gadgets they use, to capture some footage of an alleged ghost, he gets his gun out. 

There was no ghost and no human intruder, this guy is a woss who really needs to leave this paranormal thing alone because it is making him afraid of his own shadow.

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Black Monk
5 minutes ago, freetoroam said:

Yes we can really blame him. This guy claims to be:

And instead of getting his camera or gadgets they use, to capture some footage of an alleged ghost, he gets his gun out. 

There was no ghost and no human intruder, this guy is a woss who really needs to leave this paranormal thing alone because it is making him afraid of his own shadow.

Doesn't matter. Paranormal investigators often get terrified. Yvette Fielding is often screaming and running.

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freetoroam
7 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

Doesn't matter. Paranormal investigators often get terrified. Yvette Fielding is often screaming and running.

Jeeze, i used to watch that show just for the laughs.

If they get so terrified then they should not be out looking for ghosts and freaking themselves out when a mouse runs through cavity. 

You will not get someone with the shakes taking up being a surgeon, so why do these people who are scared of the dark posibly want to go out in it in search of alleged ghosts?

These paranormal investigators do not need gadgets, they need to get themselves a pair of balls.

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XenoFish

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Wrong gun for the job of killing a ghost. You need The Colt.

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seanjo

Two things,

1. If he thinks he saw a Ghost and fired his weapon he is delusional and shouldn't own a weapon.

2. If he pretended he saw a ghost and fired his weapon into the wall, he is not fit to own a weapon.

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seanjo
43 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

Doesn't matter. Paranormal investigators often get terrified. Yvette Fielding is often screaming and running.

How much does She get paid to do that?

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seanjo
4 hours ago, Stiff said:

Only if it's loaded with salt. I learned that from Sam and Dean Winchester.

Is that why there are no ghosts at sea?

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Stiff
29 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

Wrong gun for the job of killing a ghost. You need The Colt.

You'll need the bullets to go with it. Don't forget the bullets.

Saying that, you can't go wasting them on your average cat-burgling ghost willy nilly, you know that. It's an important gun is that. Reserved for high ranking demons. 

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Stiff
4 minutes ago, seanjo said:

Is that why there are no ghosts at sea?

There Arrr lots of ghosts at sea. I don't know how that works. 

Maybe it's the sheer force of the salt. I'm not allergic to lead but if it's fired at me with a gun then, yes. I'm allergic to it. :D

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XenoFish

That really depends. If the colt can't do it Hellboy's samaritan might. Need the right ammo.

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freetoroam
21 minutes ago, seanjo said:

How much does She get paid to do that?

Absolutely.

I would certainly love to do that job...at half the price.

Here are my fees?

£50 for

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£53 for

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And £1,500 for keeping it cool..sort of:

 

 

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papageorge1

I can see how a ghost could appear as an intruder. Laws were never written with this issue in mind. I can see the judge having a lot of room for discretion in a case like this. Perhaps it will end with a slap on the wrist.

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Black Monk
1 hour ago, seanjo said:

Two things,

1. If he thinks he saw a Ghost  he is delusional 

 

Matter of opinion.

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seanjo
1 hour ago, Stiff said:

 

I'm not allergic to lead but if it's fired at me with a gun then, yes. I'm allergic to it. :D

 

That's because you are a Human Being, not an ethereal entity.

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seanjo
6 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

Matter of opinion.

Matter of science and a lack of ANY evidence apart from fakes and smudgy photos.

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