My parents' home is haunted by the Pink Lady.
Of course I believe in ghosts - because they exist.
A third of Britons claim to have seen a ghost.
Everyone knows ghosts can't cross bodies of water. British ghosts are stuck in Britain because it's an island.
But what about Canadian ghosts, where have they gone to? Do they just find us boring and harder to spook? Or maybe Canadian ghosts are smart enough to realise they're dead and it's time to move on to the next world whereas British ghosts can take a millennium or two to figure it out?
Or maybe Canadian ghosts just all head south where the weather is nicer? They don't need to go through customs after all.
So, does Panama have ghosts visiting from across North America with the canal preventing any further southern migration?
I presume South American ghosts are all hanging around the equator.
But according to that theory, ghosts feel heat and so British ghosts should all be hanging around southern England.
But wait a minute, what about the Chunnel, no water under that. It's above it. You could have a ghost trek through it all the way to southern India.
Lots of ghosts in Canada. I've watched many episodes of "Ghostly Encounters" on Really.
So is that why they like to crap all over the pathways along the river banks?
And hiss and spit and chase you off. I went to visit my grandparents years ago and was chased off the lawn by a Canada goose outside their condo. I'm convinced it was the ghost of some cranky senior that lived in the building. Those cranky seniors be always yelling at us to get off their lawn.
There's nothing silly about it. My mate used to live in a flat on the Roman road in Darwen which was haunted by a woman's head. He also used to hear footsteps walking around upstairs late at night whilst he was watching TV. He lives on his own.
I've even stayed the night there, but nothing happened whilst I was there. He doesn't live there now.
Haunted by just the head? Is that common. What about hauntings by just a butt?
I need something new to blame things on. We where in Mexico last month & I was
still blaming things on the cat ('Damn Cat!').