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5 Strange Things Your Homeowners Insurance Covers

Ghosts can be haunting, especially in one England establishment, according to the proprietor. A pub owner in Suffolk County bought a 1 million pound insurance policy to protect him if any patron was hurt or killed by unfriendly Caspers, says a BBC report. The bar, located next to a graveyard in the town of Lowestoft, is believed by some to be haunted by the ghost of an old monk.Have your own poltergeist problem? Don't look for relief in your homeowners insurance. Bill Wilson, director of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America's Virtual University, says he's never heard of a traditional policy that covers troubles linked to paranormal activity. But with Wilson as a guide -- and embracing a Halloween vibe -- let's run down five strange things that your homeowners insurance typically does cover.1. It came from the skyDo you look to the heavens and fret over what's out there, like meteors, old satellite debris and other space junk that could drop on your home?Wilson says you...

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