Linzi Steer, 45, and husband Lee, 34, from Ghosts of Britain joined Mark Smith from Paranormal-X to live-stream from a spooky wood.
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But online viewers criticised Linzi and Lee, from Rotherham, and Barnsley-based Mark.
Sandy Dolment wrote: “Why are you meeting up and doing ghost hunts together?
“Are you three really that thick? You should not be meeting friends.
"You don’t work together so why are you three out at the same location"
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Sarah Rook asked: “Where does it say you can meet up with other households?”
Jane Keast added: “To be brutally honest and a long standing loyal supportive I think what Mark did was very wrong.”
But Mark insisted: “As a psychic medium content creator, I can’t work from home.
"Ghosts of Britain and myself have physically met up — but not in each other’s houses.
“We arrive in our own cars and adhere to social distancing.”
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