Friday, April 18, 2008

More Hazards Facing Hunters

As mentioned in an earlier post, the business of ghost hunting can be deadly. The following futher attests to the dangers that may arise amid fear and phantoms...

Early in January 1946, two young men in Tulsa, James R. White and Charles Sculler, decided they would investigate a local "haunted" house. Unfortunately, when they pounded upon its door (to see if anyone - or thing - was home?) their raps were met with the blast of a shotgun. The two young men suffered minor injuries.

2 comments:

TUTOR said...

Something to consider when people are out looking for a place to 'hunt' in.

Ken said...

Nice to know that 60 years later, news stories don't change! Perhaps "bulletproof vest" needs to be added to the list of equipment for investigating...

I always say that I'm more afraid of the living than the dead. This definitely affirms that sentiment.