Latest on FL restaurant ghost lawsuit
In an earlier post, we told y'all the story of an alleged restaurant ghost in Orlando, FL that'd been the center of a lawsuit. Well, this story, much like the spectral inhabitant of the restaurant, apparently won't go away:
Haunted or not? Psychics psyched Spirited offers pour in from ghost-busters who want to help a scared Church Street business. Mark Schlueb | Sentinel Staff Writer Posted September 18, 2005 Ghost-busters are ready to hit Church Street. Since news went around the world that ghosts scared away the renter of a Church Street Station building, self-styled psychics, mediums and paranormal investigators have been clamoring to get inside and talk to the spirits. "I've got people who want to spend the night there and communicate with the ghosts. I've got people who want to go in there and debunk it," said attorney David Simmons, who represents the building's owners. "They're coming out of the woodwork, and some of them are a little off the wall." The building at 125 Church St., just east of the headquarters of its part-owner, boy-band magnate Lou Pearlman, is at the center of a $2.6 million legal dispute.Who you gonna call?