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Brian Topp

A online news reporter tells a ghost story

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Brian Topp

I hereby promise you that everything in this article is 100% true.

I don't believe in ghosts.

I did believe in ghosts, until my friend asked me the very investigative question: "But why?"

Then I realised that it was because I was once on a night train, in the sleeping carriage, and I opened my eyes and saw a man.

"Could that not just have been... a man?" my friend asked. I pondered that for a second. And then I stopped believing in ghosts.

But when I first moved to London, I had to start questioning my beliefs again. I was renting a room in an old house in Manor House for a short period of time. In the beginning, the only slightly creepy thing about the house, was that every step of the staircase squeaked when you walked on it. I lived with a big Russian man, a punkrock Dutch woman and a German man whom I almost never saw.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/sofie-hagen/ghost-stories_b_3668183.html

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skydivingstars

Yeahh this is my favorite topic I've found tonight, haha.

Valid ****ing points.

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MrBene

Hehe, I think everyone at some point believed the same until you realise how dumb it is.

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coldethyl

I REALLY got distracted by the Twogging side story and now I won't sleep.

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