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DO GHOST HUNTERS EVER RETIRE? OR DOES THE HUNTER BECOME THE HUNTED?

K2 - THE GHOST HUNTER'S WEAPON??
Paranormal people of the world, listen up... have you ever thought of ditching the dowsing rods, selling the spirit box or kicking the K2 Meters into touch? Or will it be a case of one weekend you're calling out for contact and the weekend after you're whispering ghostly thoughts to yourself  saying "i knew ghosts were real" as you try and throw a marble at someone you didn't particularly like in your team when you were alive....
"Have you made plans to retire from the paranormal, have you thought about where you will spend your ever greying haired golden years?"




Whether you have or you haven't it's all irrelevant to us BUT pension experts Profile Financial have brought out one of those modern type infographic things advising of the UK's best cities to retire to, of course they're haunted too, don't worry about that, there's 40 odd counties in the UK (probably more) and you can bet your bottom PSB-11 that there's 40 odd claims for "come and visit the most haunted county in the UK" (you know what we're talking about)...



TWO GHOST HUNTERS COUNTING THEIR PENNIES
So, anyway on with the Paranormal Pension PlanWhen you’re working, retirement seems a long way off. But eventually, pretty much everyone wants to stop working. It means different things for different people – but whether you want to spend the rest of your days in the pub (haunted of course), use your leisure time to take up hobbies (what, more ghost hunting?), or just want to find somewhere nice and quiet (to do more lone vigils), this new infographic has it covered. 


Detailing the top thirty places to retire, it covers a wide range of factors, from serene parks and churches (both potentially haunted) through to cinemas and golf clubs (again both potentially haunted), so you can check out the best places to spend your golden years.
"AND shut the front ... of the laptop down, thereby disabling your Alice Box YOU WILL BE SURPRISED as to what cities are at the top of the list, but don't worry they're all haunted" (allegedly)
Here are the top five:
  1. Birmingham, thanks to its low house prices, great entertainment options, and high number of parks and pubs 
  2. Edinburgh, which lost only a few points in its spread of churches and cafes
  3. Glasgow, which excels with the most golf courses on the list – 18 more than Edinburgh (ranked number 2 on the list)
  4. Liverpool, suffering on entertainment but riding high on home and retirement home prices and places to meet
  5. Belfast, making it into the top five because of its excellent house prices 
GHOST HUNTERS WEAR 2 PAIRS OF UNDERGARMENTS
HERE JUST IN CASE THEY GET A HOLE IN ONE
Towards the other end of the spectrum, Southampton makes it into the bottom of the top thirty with limited leisure activities (it has only 4 golf courses while premiere golf hotspot Glasgow has 39), and little in the way of churches, parks, golf courses – but strong on affordable property prices, meaning it’s still amongst the best retirement options in the country.
Carlisle has the least crime in the UK – but it only makes it to number 28 on the list due to also having the lowest number of entertainment options in the thirty cities included. You’ll be safe if you retire there… but you might be a little bored.
Right at the top of the scoreboard, Birmingham has the UK’s best entertainment options for retirees, covering cinemas, golf courses, pubs, and a number of other leisure activities. And in case you didn’t get your pension sorted in time, not to worry – it also has one of the cheapest average house prices, at only £174,491.

So, if you ever decide to stop spook seeking, 'ang up the Alice box or oust the Ouija board then you might want to consider one of these cities OR NOT as the case maybe.

#dontbenormal BE PARANORMAL

View Interactive Version (via Profile Financial).


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