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'Real-life Addams Family' discuss ghosts in quirky TV interview

By T.K. Randall
October 13, 2022 · Comment icon 4 comments

Not your typical, everyday family... Image Credit: YouTube / This Morning
A family of ghost hunting paranormal enthusiasts recently spoke about their experiences in a televised interview.
Move over Gomez and Uncle Fester - there's a new Addams Family in town, or at least, a family who have become known as such, even though 'Addams' is not their genuine family name.

In a recent Halloween-themed segment on UK morning television show This Morning, hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby welcomed a family famed for their ghost hunting endeavors.

Jon Paul Kenny and Kymmi Jeffrey, alongside their two daughters, arrived in the studio in a hearse before sitting down on the sofa to discuss their love of all things spooky and mysterious.

"Since we've been young, we've always been called weird, but then we met each other and obviously met someone with the same interest and it's gone from there," Jon explained.
The family have even turned their passion into a business - 'The Occult Hauntings' - through which they offer ghost hunting tours, haunted sleepovers and other paranormal experiences.

Even the couple's two daughters have been getting in on the action.

"We love it and the girls love it and the girls aren't scared, they want to do it," said Kymmi. "If they didn't want to do it we'd respect that too but why should they be scared?"

You can check out the full interview (as well as the family's unusual mode of transport) below.

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters 1 year ago
I watched that interview on YouTube the other night. Dressing up is one thing but driving around in a hearse is too weird for my liking.
Comment icon #2 Posted by pallidin 1 year ago
Huh. Well, IMHO, paranormal investigation is fine and important as long as the investigators are mature, un-biased and not seeking Internet/TV fame.
Comment icon #3 Posted by the13bats 1 year ago
I didnt bother reading the link ive been a DJ whose go to is the dark side of the dial over 30 years,  ive seen all types of attention seekers for various reasons and some who were just eccentric, sometimes they are both the rub i find is there is no "real" addams family to use that tag is to me like saying poser.  
Comment icon #4 Posted by jethrofloyd 1 year ago
They're not the only 'real' Addams Family: From July to October, Sarah Adams – that’s her real surname – decorates her house with scary dolls, cobwebs and pumpkins. During the family’s favourite time of year, spooky movies run non-stop on their TV at their home in Banstead, Surrey, surrounded by over £4000 worth of decorations.  

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