April 25, 2024

A Paranormals Is Here


Q:  I recently read an article about a woman who is demanding a new home for her and her family because she is convinced their house is haunted by the ghost of a man named Nigel. The housing association tenant claims a spiritual presence flicks lights on and off, tampers with appliances, moves posters around the walls and causes the floorboards to creak at the property. Any clue as to how she knows the name of the ghost?

A: My guess is the woman lives in England. In America, ghosts are usually named Jim or Steve.

Q: A friend told me he believes in ghosts. One Oxford dictionary defines a ghost as the spirit of a dead person. There may be other definition, but they all revolve around the notion a ghost is a spirit of the deceased. Stories about the spirit of a person who has been murdered and then coming back to haunt the living is rather common. Why aren’t there stories of Jewish ghosts haunting Hitler or Cambodian ghosts spooking Pol Pot?

A: I’d bet they were haunted daily and nightly. But, if you were two of the most ruthless murderers in earth’s history, would you admit that things that go bump in the night were bothering you?


Q: There is a new film titled Sirius,  featuring the work of Dr. Steven Greer. It’s a documentary on UFOs, extraterrestrials, and advanced clean energy. It claims to provide evidence that the government has figured out how UFOs operate and are hiding advanced technology that can provide clean energy. The film also features the discovery of an alleged humanoid body whose DNA has been sequenced and found to be of an “unknown classification.” Do you think it is possible there is clean extraterrestrial energy?

A: If there is a source of clean extraterrestrial energy out there, one would have to conclude that the oil companies found it and they also killed ET.


Q: Much like reports across American states a couple of months past, the phones in Branch County 911 Dispatch Center in Michigan  were lit up in April with reports about mysterious booms. Many area residents thought someone was breaking into their home, while others speculated the booms came from the Air National Guard Base in Battle Creek. The base claimed they don’t know where the booms came from. What could cause this?

A: I think those fracking gas people are blasting holes in the earth and causing a bunch of fracking quakes. It’s a serious fracking problem.

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