Coronavirus is spooky enough — but try living through the lockdown in a house that’s haunted. The unlucky residents of homes believed to have ghosts and ghouls rattling around say they have no way to keep themselves socially distant from the spirit world — and have been subjected to an extra dose of paranormal activity during the coronavirus quarantine.
Believers say they’re experiencing everything from books flying off shelves to creepy “cold brushes” of air and pets behaving strangely. “The more I’m stuck in this house, the more there’s a feeling,” said Kurt Schleicher, 56, of Tampa, Florida who has been forced to stay at home during coronavirus in the notorious house where killer Victor Licata slaughtered his parents, three siblings and the family pooch in 1933.
“You notice all of these weird [supernatural] things when you normally wouldn’t. And there’s so much time to think about how scary they are.” Schleicher told The Post he’s been trying to share the home peacefully with its spectral occupants amid the lockdown.