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'Ghost Hunters' receive shocking, unexpected surprise when searching abandoned hospital

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A woman's recently dead body was found.

A group of "ghost hunters" shockingly discover a dead body, belonging to an old lady, inside the abandoned Kuhn Memorial State Hospital in Vicksburg, Mississippi on the night of June 28, 2015. The hospital has been deserted for two decades.

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MUNTINLUPA, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - While exploring the abandoned building searching for "ghosts," the band of ghost hunters found something materially horrifying. They found a lifeless body, belonging to a white female, lying on the ground. They immediately reported the incidence to Warren County's Sheriff's Office. Vicksburg Police Chief Walter Armstrong identified the body as a woman in her late 60s with trauma to the head.

According to David Childers of the Mississippi Paranormal Research Institute, "You could tell where they had dragged someone down from the second floor in the middle of the building, to a grassy area on the left side of the hospital," reporting that the stairs had the most blood, which leads to speculation that the body was dragged from there to the grassy area.


The body was sent to a crime laboratory in Jackson for examination, as a woman was reported missing along with her vehicle since the night of June 27th. Finally, the body was identified to be 69-year old Sharen Wilson, the same woman who was abducted from her home, along with her SUV, last Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Leland Police have reported they have two Vicksburg residents in custody for reckless driving of a 2012 Nissan Murano, the same vehicle reported to be Wilson's. A stolen gun was found inside the vehicle. The vehicle's descriptions matched and the two suspects were identified as Akeem McCloud, 20, and his uncle, Raphael McCloud, 33.

The suspects admitted they broke into Wilson's house last Saturday night and drove her SUV. They dropped off the body in the abandoned hospital later that night. The two were not charged yet, as they are still being put through a thorough investigation for facts on other possible crimes.

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