What Bizarre Thing Was A Man Hiding From When He Broke Into A Home?
A Florida man is now facing two counts of burglary after breaking into a home to escape from something chasing him.
According to reports, Andrew George broke into a Daytona Beach home to escape from a ghost that was chasing him.
Him and another female had booked a room at a nearby motel. They allege the were woken by someone trying to break into their room.
They went down to the front desk to complain and get a refund. That is when they saw the “shadow” appear. The couple ran to a 7-Eleven to ask for help with the shadow following them.
They continued to ran around a marina parking lot trying to get help with the ghost. Eventually leading to the home they broke into.
George admitted to taking molly earlier that day.
10 Best Amusement Parks in America
America doesn’t lack for having the best amusement parks. Whether you’re a daredevil and want to ride the tallest, scariest roller coasters in the world or prefer just eating park food, a day at the park can be a super fun experience.
One great thing about theme parks is that you can usually find one within driving distance. This makes amusement parks a reasonable choice for a family vacation or weekend giveaway, especially if money is an issue. Amusement parks are also great for capturing memories for kids. When I was a child, my family took me to several parks in Michigan, California, Ohio and Florida, so I have great memories from those trips.
The best theme parks also have convenient lodging nearby, making the trip truly seamless. That’s not to mention the awesome water parks that are often attached to today’s theme parks. Also, even though theme parks are meant for kids, it’s obvious that adults can have just as much fun at them, too.
Read on for our list of the 10 best amusement parks in America, from Cedar Point to Hersheypark. All of these are famous for their attractions, food and more. What’s your favorite? Reach out to us on social media and let us know.