Woman Claims Ghost Steals Resume, Doesn’t Understand Concept of a Printer
There’s a lot going on here, so I’ll just cut to it. A woman in Georgia claims that a ghost stole her resume, which she valued at $5,000, a print out of her criminal history (which she valued much more conservatively, at $10), and a blouse (with no apparent value assigned to it, causing me to therefore assume it must be priceless). Naturally, with such valuable items disappearing from under her nose, she did the most logical thing and called in the police.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Police in Georgia may need some supernatural help to solve the case of a missing resume that a woman claims was stolen by a ghost.
Debbie Michelle Zamacona, 40, reported to police that her resume, a list of her criminal history and blouse were taken from her home last month, the Augusta Chronicle reported.
When asked who she believed may have items, Zamacona told police she suspected the thief was one of two ghosts.
She said the spirit of her late mother often visits her, but that she occasionally also sees a black spirit roaming near her home.
Zamacona estimated the value of her resume at $5,000, and her criminal history list at $10.
A man who said he was Zamacona’s husband told the Huffington Post that he was able to find a copy of her resume on her computer. He said she suffers from bi-polar disorder.
She had a bit more trouble figuring out the value of the items taken, telling police she “wasn’t good at math” when she rattled off the $5,000 estimated value of her resume.