A Canadian couple who inadvertently purchased an infamous haunted asylum are fed up with ghost hunters and government officials meddling in their lives. According to a local media report, Roger Thivierge and Marie-Claude Martineau's troubles began back in 2009 when they purchased a sizeable piece of property in the village of Sainte-Clotilde-de-Horton. Unbeknownst to the duo at the time, an abandoned building at the location, which they envisioned renovating and turning into a bulldog breeding business, boasted quite the reputation for paranormal activity.
However, they soon realized that something was amiss when the property was besieged by ghost hunters nearly from the moment they moved onto the site. Curious about what was causing this commotion, the couple soon learned that the building once served as an asylum and, in 1988, nine patients died in a horrific fire at the site. As one can imagine, the tragic event led to the location becoming a destination for curious paranormal enthusiasts who were willing to do whatever it took to get into the eventually-shuttered building.
Find out how they tried to make the best of a bad situation and then things took a turn for the worse at the Coast to Coast AM website.