I get the most unusual emails and posts from Facebook at times, this is in response to an actually Facebook request in dealing with a nasty poltergeist. As you can see by my answer, I won't have to worry about ghost hunters wanting to hire me anytime soon.
How to deal with the problem of unwelcome and troublesome poltergeists
1) search the house for any Occult items such as Ouija boards, remove and burn them.
2) look for and remove and burn any music by Justin bieber. These entities have been around longer than man, and have endured many a musical fad, but even they have their limits.
A few seconds of, "baby, baby,baby", is enough to make me go on a rampage, let one a poltergeist.
Or one can just move out and go live somewhere else.
How come it seems is only White people are dumb enough to move in. Or stay in a house where the walls drip blood, the cat elevates off the floor into midair. And a booming voice tells them to get out
Every other ethnic group goes, no thanks we will go somewhere else
Not us white people, we hear and see all that we just go, " it is just a litttle picker upper that needs work, besides it is so dirt cheap how can we pass on it".
This is not meant to be taken seriously, outside of point 1, this is written Tounge in cheek,
Pontifex Maximus Invictus II
OT: So every action is decreed by God, right? The rape of a 3-year-old...
Infants that are not elect go to hell to be punished justly for their sin.~Squirrel
God wants sin to occur. - Bloviating Theologian
God in his sovereignty can and does use some pedophiles in positions of leadership in gospel preaching churches to advance the gospel- Stephen
Don't have to go through all that trouble, just call Corky or Lisa Ruby!!
One more time ... everyone please read aloud together!
- You're = the contraction for you are. Used in a sentence - You're not very bright are you.
- Your = shows possession. Used in a sentence - Your misuse of the contraction you're is grossly offensive.
How come it seems is only White people are dumb enough to move in.
At some point, you would think enough people would develop the sense to ask the realtor, "Say, this subdivision wasn't built on top of a cemetery or ancient Indian burial ground, was it? Oh, it was. In that case, why don't we take a second look at that bungalow out by the airport?"