A PAIR of ghost-busting exes are embroiled in a bitter custody battle over their paranormal possessions.
Lee Steer, 37, left his wife Linzi, 53, after they spent seven years traveling the UK’s most visited places.
The estranged couple have gained millions of online followers, written books and collected “obsessed” items from around the world.
But after the breakdown of their marriage earlier this month, they’ve been fighting over items like crazy dolls, paintings and even a human skeleton.
The pieces were on display at their museum in Rotherham, South York, which has closed.
Lee took the three haunted dolls – Annabelle, Elizabeth and Scarlet – with him and forced the angry Linzi to have the locks changed. Linzi said: “The things there may not be worth money, but they are very valuable to me.
“We have things from all over the world, things that people send us – whether it’s a small rock or a huge object, I really appreciate everything.”
The duo first met in late 2016 and led Project Reveal: Ghosts of Britain.
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Since the breakup, Linzi has even accused Lee of “ghosting” her.
She added: “I have tried to have a conversation with him many times but he ignores my messages.
“I sent him messages on Messenger and he blocked me. I had no communication at all. It’s like he just wrote me off completely.
“I wasn’t the reason my marriage failed. It was a shock when he left without explanation.”
Lee, who has been ghost hunting for 25 years, said: “We split up and I had all my ghost hunting equipment taken away.
“I thought if I didn’t have access to the equipment, I wanted to take the dolls with me. I wanted what was mine.
“It is very sad that a failed marriage causes so much unnecessary chaos that could easily be avoided.
“Hopefully it will work out in the future, whoever has something. For me they are priceless items.”