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Poltergeist in Coventry?

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Daz-MT
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2011/03/29 12:37:29 (permalink)
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Poltergeist in Coventry?

Truth or elaborate house moving scam, you decide?
 
http://www.thesun.co.uk/s...and-kills-the-dog.html
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    EnfantTerrible
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 12:44:04 (permalink)
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    Watch the video, it's funny how everything is pulled in the same direction. Almost as if there were some inbred pikey mother stood there pulling them with fishing line.
     
    The kids probably pushed the dogs down the stairs.
    post edited by EnfantTerrible - 2011/03/29 13:40:32
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 12:56:54 (permalink)
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    How very skeptical hippo of you! lol
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 13:24:31 (permalink)
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    That's not a poltergeist in that video - any self respecting poltergeist would never been seen dead in a green tracksuit top.
     
    Looked more like a troll to me, or maybe a hob goblin.
     
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 13:32:46 (permalink)
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    I raffed and raffed!
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 13:41:14 (permalink)
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    Sad though isn't it - you somehow find a way to come back from the dead but the only way you can communicate is to open and close doors, move furniture about and push the occasional dog down the stairs.
     
    If only the family owned some alphabetic fridge magnets, that'd make it easier to communicate. Or an Etcha-Sketch.
     
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 14:04:50 (permalink)
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    i hope it pushes that oxygen thief of a mother down the stairs,poor dogs.
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 14:32:35 (permalink)
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    Osagi 

    Sad though isn't it - you somehow find a way to come back from the dead but the only way you can communicate is to open and close doors, move furniture about and push the occasional dog down the stairs.

    If only the family owned some alphabetic fridge magnets, that'd make it easier to communicate. Or an Etcha-Sketch.

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    Makes for a good butler, if you don't have dogs.

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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 14:42:18 (permalink)
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    CHAIRS started flying across the room and crashing into walls.
     
    Yeah they really do that in the video! lol!
     
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 17:29:50 (permalink)
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    Osagi

    Sad though isn't it - you somehow find a way to come back from the dead but the only way you can communicate is to open and close doors, move furniture about and push the occasional dog down the stairs.

    If only the family owned some alphabetic fridge magnets, that'd make it easier to communicate. Or an Etcha-Sketch.

    Osagi

    I think they'd need to watch the movie Ghost as an instructional video.
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 17:59:21 (permalink)
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    judging by the main pic i think the poltergeist got a paintbrush and did their fkn decorating too, have you seen the clip of that paintwork?
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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 18:22:35 (permalink)
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    severen

    judging by the main pic i think the poltergeist got a paintbrush and did their fkn decorating too, have you seen the clip of that paintwork?
    hahaha, I was going to post the exact thing!
     
    I suppose a poltergeist story is a great way of covering up the killing of your dog

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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 18:48:54 (permalink)
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    I believe in ghosts/poltergeists personally but in this case i believe the key phrase to be...
     
    "Lisa has asked her housing association to be moved."
     
    Judging by the first picture the place is a dump, animal abuse probably does occur hence having to put the animal down and with the initial clip i'm not a fan of the camera angle....

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    Re:Poltergeist in Coventry? 2011/03/29 19:26:56 (permalink)
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    I think there's something building up for an April fools here. I heard them discussing poltergeist briefly on This Morning as someone had messaged them on f/b or twitter that they were affected and they've invited them on the show (if it's Friday, I could be right . I noticed it as there was some static noises on the broadcast as they were speaking. Not sure if it's the same family but just seems co-incidental.
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