11. A man murdered his friend, because of a ghost
Not me, But my dad was a cop for 32 years. This was ones of his craziest calls.
A call goes out for reported screaming it’s mid January (important later) My father and another office respond to find a known deranged individual (very long rap sheet and has been in and out of psychiatric care for years) sitting on the front porch holding a double sided wood splitting ax. Steam is coming up off the the grass and there are “chunks” lying all over the lawn.
Upon interviewing the suspect, he admits that he and a friend were playing poker, the suspect was losing nearly every hand and came to the conclusion that his friend was a “h’aint” (southern for ghost) and was cheating him.
The suspect grabbed the ax and chased his friend outside and hacked him into dozens of pieces thus causing the warm blood to create steam on the grass.
My dad tells the suspect that he needs to get in the police car because it’s h’aint proof.
He said the suspect dropped the ax and sprinted to get in the back seat while thanking them for helping him.
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12. A dead woman called the cops
3 years ago our very elderly next door neighbor died suddenly in her house. They found her body 5 days later in the kitchen.
Fast forward to last summer.
I’m sitting in my house watching a movie and all of the sudden about 8 police cars come out of no where sirens blaring lights on and most park in that empty house. Some park in my driveway so I went outside to see what was up.
A police officer went through the quick formalities and asked if I had seen anything strange in the past 5 minutes. I replied no and rather hesitantly asked what was going on. He said that the police department received a call from the house and when the operator picked up the line went dead.
I stayed at a friends that night.
13. A lady found a ghost hidden in her house
I was a 9-1-1- dispatcher for about 5 years out of school… one night I got a call from a lady at a residence in town. “9-1-1, what is your emergency?” “Is this the police?” she breathed. She was freaking out. Heavy breathing, scared shaking voice. I’ve taken many calls like this and from the sound of her voice, this was not going to be a routine call. I sat up straight and my heart started to pump faster. “Yes, maam, what is your emergency?” “There’s someone in my house…” she trailed off – very breathy and genuine, but not loud and freaking out. “OK, are you located at (house address)?” “Yes” I dispatch the cars to start heading over to the address, and I don’t give a reason yet. “OK, do you know who this person is?” “Well, no I don’t, I think it’s…” “It’s…?” “I know this sounds so crazy, I think that there’s a ghost in my house…” she begins to sob and sound SO FUCKING SCARED. “There’s noises and I KNOW THERE IS A GHOST right in the other room, I CAN HEAR IT RIGHT NOW!!” At this time, the Sergeant asks me the reason of the call and why I sent him and 2 other cars without explanation… normally you’d send 1 car to something like that. “It’s suspicious activity” I told him “WHAT activity!” he demanded over the radio, a fair question. “Sir, the caller is claiming there is someone in the house and she believes it to be a ghost.” Silence on the air for about a minute. “10-4” is all he said. By the time they got there, the ghost was gone and the poor lady was a freaked out mess, and she kept apologizing for calling us, but IT WAS REAL she kept repeating. The officers later told me that her sincerity actually freaked them out a lot and when they searched the house – guns drawn – even they were scared.