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Tuesday, 23 November 2010

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A ghost yesterday.

Rotund psychic ghost gossiper, Sallie Morgun has sparked controversy over her claims that ghosts thrive on electricity and water.

Speaking on the road Ms Morgun, 24, cited kitchens and bathrooms as hot spots of spirit activity.

Scientists are now concerned that some thrill seeking amateurs may try to contact the other side by mixing water and electricity with possible tragic consequences.

Professor of Electrical Science at Didcot University, Jim Bow, 63, postulated that it would be hypothetically possible that someone with no scientific background may be tempted to place a toaster in the bath in a misguided attempt to contact their dead Auntie Maud. He concluded that this could potentially lead to to some jerking, smoking and ultimately death.

However, editor of celebrity ghost magazine Spo-OK, Vic Squeems has backed Sallie's claims saying there is real scientific reasoning behind it.

He explains, "we know that water is clear and that electricity is white. When mixed together they can create a whitey, cleary, misty substance with which ghosts can form bodies."

He also states that by using this mix of water and electricity they can draw energy with which they can pas on cryptic messages and psychic babble. Ms Morgun is one of the lucky few that can hear these voices in her head.

Ms Morgun was unavailable for comment.

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