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Brian Topp

Spooks on the rise

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There were many nights Auckland mother Aileen Wild lay in bed listening to heavy footsteps stomp around the upper level of her house.

In the dark, she heard children run about and a toilet flush several times.

Over several weeks, she and her partner heard bangs, saw lights turn on and off and doors open and close. Flowers moved and rustled in their vase on a still night.

To watch the video and read more http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/9829337/Spooks-on-the-rise

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I think they are actually all being pulled together by the force of that man's orbit.

I'd be more scared of breathing in bacteria or asbestos than anything. Ugh. They even say it's pseudo science, that's why it's free. Plus they have access to your refrigerator.

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"Spooks on the rise"

How big is that Twinkie right now?

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What, no one likes a good Ghostbusters reference anymore?

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What, no one likes a good Ghostbusters reference anymore?

I lol'd

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What, no one likes a good Ghostbusters reference anymore?

I got it!

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I was thinking the same thing myself, ' what about the twinkie ? ' And do we have enough yet for lunch ?

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These stories are always constructed in a way where you cannot help but be lead to a particular conclusion. In the end it is just another anecdote probably inspired by the claims of the paranormal being on the rise in Auckland.

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