Pattaya police reply to name reporting a “ghost”

Police in Pattaya responded to a call for a ghost… Yes, a ghost. Locals heard crying and howling coming from an abandoned shophouse. It was so disturbing that they called the police, apprehensive that the empty shop was haunted. Turns out the ghost was actually a homeless man who gave the impression to be having an emotional breakdown.
Officers responded to the shophouse at around 2am Monday and found that the crying noise was from a person. The man appeared to have mental health issues and was taken to a psychiatric hospital.
One resident informed Pattaya News reporters that he started listening to screaming around 1:30am, and assumed it was a person, but others thought the sound was a ghost.
“This specific shophouse has had a status amongst locals for being haunted, though I personally thought it was a homeless individual. Building blocks howling had additionally woken up several different close by residents who had been afraid of a possible ghost. To be secure, we known as the police to research.”
Many Thais imagine in ghosts, and a few name the police after they have a difficulty with the spirit world. In July, a Thai girl within the northern province Phrae went to the native police station to report that a spirit was harassing her. But for the explanation that police don’t do paranormal investigations, officers told the woman to go to a temple..

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