Written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 21 September 2010


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image for Unsellable Ghost House in Portsmouth UK is sold to Paedophile ring!
Hope he's flying around too!

A very creepy, ghost house in Portsmouth failed to sell to "normal" punters because it was just a bit too "chilling" but a ring of Paedo's snapped up the bargain because they want to make contact with Kiddy ghosts haunting the house:

Apparently the house was an ex-youth hostel a lá the YMCA and it's a well known fact that such hostels attract guess who, Paedo's!

The ghosts possessing the house are mainly that of children thought to have been abused throughout the years and hoping to scare the shit out of any grown-ups who dare enter.

Well the Paedo ring is not frightened, in fact they can't wait to get amongst the evil, juvenile spirits hoping to experience the ultimate paedo kick!

One of these desirable gentleman, Hilary Flasher-MacRaincoat was interviewed and asked why him and his colleagues bought the house, here his answer:

"The internet is boring, child porn is boring so me and my mates wanted some real excitement in our lives and living amongst these kiddy ghosts, well man that's really a stiff kick!"

The rest of the "normal" world hopes there really are evil ghosts and demons in the house and instead of givng these Sicko's a cheap thrill, they will scare the "balls" right off of them, it's called revengeful spiritual intervention!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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