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Thursday, 15 July 2010

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Bin's ghostly influence still haunts Ground Zero!

Workers at the Ground Zero building site in NY have made an amazing discovery, they've found the remains of the ghost ship Marie Celeste.

The legend has it that the Marie Celeste was attacked by aliens, its crew abducted whilst having dinner and not one of them was ever found.

The ship was them towed into the Hudson River and disappeared too, many people believing it sunk in a Tsunami (better known in the common tongue as a high tide?)

Anyway, after years of searching for the wreck it's turned up under the foundations of the destroyed Twin Towers.

The most curious discovery was that of several skeletons wearing Taliban like turbans chained to the main mast smiling.

Archaelogist Molly Mc Donald gave the following, chilling explanation:

"It's obvious what's happened here, the Marie Celeste is a real ghost ship and ghosts know no frontiers, the skeletons are of Arabian descent and are suicide terrorist bombers not allowed to enter A**ah's great heavens."

"They were rejected and sent to haunt New Yorkers by the 'Great One' who believes that attacking the Twin Towers was not enough and wishes to frighten the shit out of anybody who dares touch his greatest earthly achievement!"

As night broke over Ground Zero several chained skeletons dressed in turbans were seen patrolling the area and they certainly weren't unemployed, starving ex-Wall St. bankers begging for redemption, SCARY!

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