Ghosts may be headed to court in Orlando to help settle a very human fight.
The owners of Amura Japanese Restaurant say they don't want to move into a renovated building at Church Street Station because it's haunted, according to a lawsuit filed by the building's landlord.
"I asked them if these were good ghosts or bad ghosts, and if they were good ghosts why it was a problem," said David Simmons, a lawyer representing the owners of Church Street Station, including boy-band magnate Lou Pearlman.
Christopher and Yoko Chung were all set last year to move their popular sushi restaurant across the street into the building at 125 Church St., which once housed Lili Marlene's Aviator's Pub & Restaurant during Church Street Station's tourism heyday in the 1980s.
"There have been several documented reports from subcontractors and others of having seen ghosts or apparitions in the restaurant at night," the Chungs' attorney Lynn Franklin wrote to the building's owner in November.
"There is no evidence," says the lawsuit, "that there are ghosts or apparitions in the premises or, if there are, that the ghosts or apparitions interfere with the defendants' quiet enjoyment and use of the premises."
Source : Orlando Sentinel .