Tuesday, April 17, 2012

It is the Ghosts Your Honor

 Dear insansapinas,
I like to find out if the judge is going to grant this family the return of their house deposit. Here in the US, when you rent a home or an apartment, the lease is usually good for a year. Deposits are forfeited and there may be  contracts whereby renters are asked to pay for the whole year even if they are not going to stay in the place for the whole duration of the lease. This family however is claiming that the house is haunted and they have already moved to a hotel because of fear. The owner of the place however is accusing them of leaving because they could not afford the rent. If they can't why did they have to spend for moving in and paid the deposits as required in the contract. This is the story: 

A New Jersey couple is suing their landlord for a refund after they said paranormal activity caused them to flee their rental home.
Michele Callan and her fiance, Josue Chinchilla, moved into the home in Toms River, N.J., with Callan’s two children on March 1 and were immediately spooked.
“Three taps on the TV, taps on the shoulder…” Chinchilla told ABC News.
At first they chalked it up to the adjustment period of moving into a new home.But things only got spookier, they said.
Doors opened and closed. The family even claimed they recorded strange voices whispering, “Let it burn.”
The new tenants said that between the menacing voices, flickering lights and clothes mysteriously flying from their closets, they couldn’t take it anymore. They fled the three-bedroom home and checked into a hotel, where they said they have been living since March 13.

Poltergeists ang nakatira sa bahay nila. They won't leave the place not until some rituals are done. 

I read  a story about a haunted house where the occupants are Jewish. I did not know that they also believe in holy water. Sa Pilipinas, marami ang ghostbusters pero di nila kinaya ang Film Center. 


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