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‘WoooOOoOOoo’ intones Richard McBeef. ‘WooOOooo’. Halloween is upon us, that time of pre Christian spirit worship, the fear of the unknown and the undead….and plastic skeletons from Asda.

What better time to hear your scariest accounts: when have you been most petrified? Ever had an encounter that you couldn’t rationally explain? Perhaps you yourself are a spooky ghost? Do tell.

(, Mon 26 Oct 2015, 10:55)
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my mrs and I moved into a rental house few years ago
which was creepy weird in quite a few ways, but it suited us in many ways and was in a great area between huge mansions etc, and the rent was a bargain, i had friends living within 2 blocks of us paying 3 times what we paid for a 1 bedroom bedsit, but we got a 5 bedroom house with huge yard and garage. ok the place had a lot of things that normally would have been fixed up if requested by tenants but we had a kind of agreement with the landlord that if i maintained the place and didnt need anything fixed, the rent would stay the same. my mrs was in the backyard one day digging a plot for a vegetable garden
when she freaked out and came running inside.. she had found bones in the ground that looked like they were hacked up and burnt with clothes attached to them, so i went out and sure enough.. bones.. human.. jaw bones with teeth, pelvis, spine.. so we moved the veggie garden elsewhere, kept our mouths shut and reburied them. like i said it was really great rent and we didnt want to run the risk of police knocking down the house to dig up the yard..
(, Wed 28 Oct 2015, 20:41, closed)
A sound move.

(, Thu 29 Oct 2015, 11:01, closed)
Time for an anonymous tip-off?
Could be funny to phone it in now and see the reaction of press\plod.
(, Thu 29 Oct 2015, 16:10, closed)
we were quite suprised when it didnt end up on the news when it was knocked down to make way
for another mansion, but after paying over a million just for the land they probably found them reburied them and kept mum about the whole thing too..i believe it was a south african diamond mine rich prick that bought it for his daughters wedding gift, hes probably used to a few dead peasants buried about the place
(, Fri 30 Oct 2015, 18:11, closed)
do you know what, I think you missed a trick relocating the plot there, imagine the prizewinning vegetables if you'd have left it where you started

(, Thu 29 Oct 2015, 19:29, closed)
Blimey Vlad
That was a bit tortuous.
(, Thu 29 Oct 2015, 20:57, closed)
Fred West
Terrible parent but fucking great landlord
(, Thu 29 Oct 2015, 21:11, closed)

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