Game Wardens 'Bust' Ghost Hunters in MN Cemetery

Responding to reports of deer being illegally hunted in a Minnesota  cemetery at night, game wardens staking out the site found that the  problem may have been 'paranormal' in nature.

The two officers from the city of Duluth were watching the graveyard  after nearby residents reported people were there using flashlights to  possibly spot, stun, and subsequently shoot deer, which is against the  law.

And so, hoping to put a stop to this practice known as 'shining,' the  game wardens paid a visit to the cemetery and had a rather spooky  encounter when a car entered the graveyard around midnight.

"We could see they were using some sort of light. But it wasn't really a  beam of light. ... It was flashing on and off like a strobe," recalled  one officer.

Find out what happened when the game wardens decided to investigate and the ghost hunters ended up becoming 'hunted' themselves at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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