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Sunday, 12 September 2010

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No need for Ouija boards at Ground Zero, Ghosts are commonplace!

Parallel to the official memorial services at Ground Zero another gathering of alternative groups is becoming very popular.

Global "Ghost Busters", Buddhists, Hari Krishnas and other such groups also participated (albeit, on the Fringe) and the popularity of the annual "bash" is causing worries amongst the NY authorities.

"Ghost Busters" feel attracted to the site, they bring their technical equipment hoping to observe and measure the 9/11 "Ghost Parade".

Several sightings were made of Twin Tower workers, Firemen and mysterious characters wearing turbans, dancing together and having a general 'Rave Up'! The Ghostly DJ was of Arabian descent, looked quite evil and was playing such old classics as, The Clash's "Rock the Kasbah" etc!

As for the Buddhists, they were observed talking to the Manhatten squirrels in a strange tongue and putting floral reefs around the trees, obviously believing that the 9/11 victims had all "Bin" (not Laden) reincarnated as (guess what?) Manhatten squirrels.

Hari Krishna members just danced and chanted, made huge amounts of noise with their cymbals hoping to 'wake' the dead.

The Ground Zero alternative "Bash" is gathering momentum and next years 10 year "rave" promises to be something really special as the ghosts of global suicide terrorist Bombers have promised to appear dancing with their 70 virgins at the gates of "The Almighty One's" heaven, not to be missed!

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