Thai Paranormal Show Cancelled Following Controversial Ghost Hunt

A Statue of Thao Suranari

A Statue of Thao Suranari

A popular paranormal television program in Thailand has been cancelled following a controversial ghost hunt in which one of the investigators dishonored a national heroine. The strange incident reportedly occurred when the team from Chong Song Phee, which translates to 'The Real Ghosts,' were visiting a temple that serves as a shrine (seen above) and final resting place for Lady Mo, a revered figure who, legend has it, saved the city's residents from a forced evacuation by invading forces in the 19th century.

During the televised ghost hunt, a purported psychic medium claimed to be in communication with Lady Mo's husband and asserted that the spirit told her that his adopted daughter, named Boonlua, had actually been his mistress. Oddly enough, the episode originally aired back in February and the alleged revelation from the 'other side' apparently did not cause much of a stir. However, for reasons unexplained, word of the ghost hunt began spreading on social media in Thailand over the last few weeks.

Find out how the furor ultimately led to the end of Chong Song Phee at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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