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An Angry Ghost In The UK Is Telling People To F Off

In Somerset, UK, walkers have reported a foul-mouthed ghost swearing at them as they pass by. The area is said to have been the site of an 18th-century murder.

Passers-by to the area have said a 'woman in white' has been disturbing the peace with foul-mouthed rants as she spooked ramblers on the Quantock Hills in Somerset.

Locals have renamed the area as 'Dead Womans Ditch' after the murder of Jane Walford by her husband John in 1789.

One resident said: 'When I was about 17 on my way home from work, driving along a cold road, I saw a bright white figure on the side of the road, so I slowed down.

'It appeared to be a woman completely dressed in white, old-fashioned clothing.

'I couldn't take my eyes off as I drove past. I couldn't bring myself to turn around to have another look. I just drove home in complete shock.'

Another said: 'I've seen what looks like a tall figure with a long dark coat on outside the pub, on the edge of the road. Checked back and no-one there.'

However, not all locals believe in the paranormal with many offering 'modern-day' solutions as to what is causing the foul language

One resident suggests it was 'probably just a Bluetooth speaker hidden in the bushes,' while another said it 'all sounds a bit Scooby Doo to me' and, fair enough. The idea of an 18th-century ghost swearing at people walking their dogs does sound a little unlikely.