Ghosts and a Bleeding Corpse in the Courtroom – Beachcombing’s Bizarre History Blog

Are ghosts admissable as a witness to their murder? In the 19th century, Dr. Beachcombing discovers judges allowed amicus briefs, courtesy of living witnesses, from beyond. Skeptical? Read the court transcripts for yourself. While the supernatural is woven in the woof of British culture, the same can not be said of Red China. Every so often, the atheist façade cracks allowing Paul Cropper to deliver the tale of Xiao Linlin And The Chongqin Poltergeist. Poltergeistphiles will be tickled to learn the associations between creepy little girls and things going bump in the night are universal. Is Xiao Linlin behind the shenanigans, is her bratty nephew trying to divert attention, or is there a real spook lurking in the shadows? (CS)

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