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Friday, 7 November 2003

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LAWRENCE, MI--Victor Temenci of Layfette research facilities has new, unsubstantiated proof that Ghosts in their respective entirety, never have existed at all on this planet. Sighting several distinguished examples of perceptible ghostly behavior tendencies, Dr. Temenci stated, "It is quite obvious that someone manufactured this concept of 'Ghosts' to explain why somebody could become weirded out all of a sudden."

When asked why it was such a profound and popular farce in world culture? Temenci explained, "Science, from day one, was not invented to explain everything, but simply to complicate things beyond the capacity of uneducated people. Also, that no one person can imagine a scenario that insists upon a necessity to conjure up abundant items to be afraid of. Afterall, things exist already, and it is a shame that we don't just feed off of these unyielding perils, instead of attempting to fabricate and manufacture new terrors."

The first written history that records a Ghostly Presence, is on a tribal relic, 'The Debt Seed Scroll.' Upon closer inspection, and explosive diagnostic testing, the molecular structure began to decompose; similar to that of common paper used veritably everywhere in the known universe. Thus the artifact was reevaluated to be correctly time and carbon-dated for Earth, November 1st, 1968ad.

A groundbreaking discovery to be sure, this myth of ghosts, will no longer haunt the false realities of billions of people around the solar system.

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