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Rosen Trevithick

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Rosen was born in Cornwall. She studied psychology at Oxford before moving back to the West Country.

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Is My Neighborhood Haunted? An ironic ghost...

Is My Neighborhood Haunted? An ironic ghost hunting tool

Recently I found myself using the police crime statistics website, a tool that lets you find out the frequency and flavour of crime in a given postcode. I joked that a more useful tool would be to plot ghosts in the area. One of the motos I live by is "If you can't find what you want on the internet, create it", so I did.

The ironic website, is-my-neighborhood-haunted.rip allows you to enter a postcode or street address, and then estimates the probability that it is haunted.

You can also add ghost sightings, which is where creativity comes into it. Describe ghosts and write accounts of your encounters, until your heart is content.

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