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Captured 'ghosts' sold at New Zealand auction

 
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Captured 'ghosts' sold at New Zealand auction
Two glass vials purportedly containing the ghosts of two dead people sold for 2,830 New Zealand dollars (1,983 US dollars) at an auction.

The "ghosts" were put up for sale by Avie Woodbury from the southern city of Christchurch.

She said they were captured in her house and stored in glass vials with stoppers and dipped in holy water, which she says "dulls the spirits' energy".

She said they were the spirits of an old man who lived in the house during the 1920s, and a powerful, disruptive little girl who turned up after a session with a spirit-calling Ouija board.

[link to www.independent.co.uk]

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Re: Captured 'ghosts' sold at New Zealand auction
i wonder if they'll crack them open at a party
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i wonder if they'll crack them open at a party
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lol, yeah that would be a novel party piece. hf
Did the iron in your blood and calcium in your bones come from a long-ago supernova? Astronomer and writer Carl Sagan thought so. "We are star stuff", Sagan once said.
Every one of us is precious in the cosmic perspective. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another.


We are star stuff which has taken its destiny into its own hands.

__Carl Sagan___
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03/09/2010 06:26 PM
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thats a bit daft, surely a ghost would simply be able to pass through something like a bottle.

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03/09/2010 06:38 PM
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Holy watered down spirits, $1000.00 a bottle.
I see a new market for the church.

Buyer: Looks empty you sure they are in there?

Church: You must have faith my child, and never open the bottle or they will be released.

After sale:
Church: Quick get some more empties, it worked!
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[nfeRnaL 763295]
Holy watered down spirits, $1000.00 a bottle.
I see a new market for the church.

Buyer: Looks empty you sure they are in there?

Church: You must have faith my child, and never open the bottle or they will be released.

After sale:
Church: Quick get some more empties, it worked!
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Exactly sheeplebah
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Religion dying in New Zealand

There has been a sharp rise in the number of New Zealanders with no religious affiliation, new research shows. In a study of 1,000 people by Massey University, 40 percent said they had no religious affiliation compared to 29 percent 17 years ago. Just over a third of New Zealanders described themselves as religious.

Fifty-three percent said they believed in God (although half of those said they had doubts), 20 percent believed in some form of higher power and about a third said they didn’t believe or didn’t know. However, 60 percent said they would prefer children to have religious education in state primary schools, preferably teaching about all faiths.

Professor Philip Gendall, who led the Department of Communication, Journalism and Marketing research team, said the view that New Zealand was a very secular country was supported by the relatively low levels of active involvement in religion. “The survey shows that God is not dead, but religion may be dying,” he said.
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03/09/2010 07:29 PM
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Makes me wonder about Max Keiser. Every time he does his NZ show he spews the most vile garbage. Must be marxist irreligion brainwashing that he's been told to do by someone. Has nothing to do with the economy.
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03/09/2010 07:31 PM
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dumb sucker who bought them, the new pet rock, great gimmick. To be sold in your local toys r' us stores..
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03/09/2010 07:37 PM
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well, you can also buy 'Non-ghosts in a bottle'...
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