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Georgian-esque 'ghost shop' opens in York

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Seti42

Hand made out of what? Ceramic? Plastic? Stiffened fabric? Also...I dig the idea, but...They basically have only one product repeated 1000 times with slight superficial variations. It's more like an art installation than a proper shop.

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Scholar4Truth

Aww those little ghostie figures are cute :D

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MissJatti

Where are the limited editions, collectors editions, and special editions?

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the13bats

haunted sells...look at "haunted" on feebay

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stereologist

The article states "A suitably authentic looking ghost shop has opened its doors in one of England's most haunted cities."

Is there also a least haunted city? 

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rashore
On 8/29/2019 at 10:58 AM, UM-Bot said:

A suitably authentic looking ghost shop has opened its doors in one of England's most haunted cities.

https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/330045/georgian-esque-ghost-shop-opens-in-york

Hehhee, that's a ton of fun. If I lived or even traveled out that way I would for sure consider picking up a couple as souvenirs for my Halloween village.

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Piney
4 hours ago, stereologist said:

Is there also a least haunted city? 

Birmingham. 

@acute chased them all to Dudley. :yes:

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moonman

They sell various sizes of one single thing. I don't see this place taking off.

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