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  1. #1 Your chance to buy a haunted spice rack 
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    It’s a spooky spice holder — and it can be yours if the price is right.

    Fed up with strange happenings around his kitchen, a New Hampshire man has decided to unload an antique spice rack he claims is haunted on eBay.

    “The first strange thing that occurred was the sound of an elderly woman humming in the kitchen as if to entertain herself while baking, banging of pots and pans have also been heard. Spices I had set on the spice rack have rearranged themselves overnight as if the individual haunting this spice rack didn't like how I had them placed,” the seller said in the eBay item description.
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    Last thing I need in my kitchen is an interfering old biddy criticising my spice choices. :mad:;)
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    My spice rack is already haunted which entirely explains a few of my more notable culinary failures.
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    No thanks. My wife's [unhaunted] rack is all I need.
    OPEACHMENT NOW!!!

    Stinger:
    "I was... ordered to drop my pants, bend over and spread my cheeks."
    --RagingInMiami achieving the DUmp's highest level of nirvana
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    My grandpa took me to the haunted restaurant up in Traverse City, but I didn't see the ghost. I never do.

    The Bowers Harbor Inn is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Genevive, the original owner of the building's wife.
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    No thanks. My husband thinks my cooking is magical as it is. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    My grandpa took me to the haunted restaurant up in Traverse City, but I didn't see the ghost. I never do.
    The Bowers Harbor Inn is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Genevive, the original owner of the building's wife.
    Hmmm... you might want to re-think the screen name. :D:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by bijou View Post
    Hmmm... you might want to re-think the screen name. :D:D
    Stop stealing my thoughts!
    OPEACHMENT NOW!!!

    Stinger:
    "I was... ordered to drop my pants, bend over and spread my cheeks."
    --RagingInMiami achieving the DUmp's highest level of nirvana
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    Quote Originally Posted by bijou View Post
    Hmmm... you might want to re-think the screen name. :D:D

    I just assumed the ghost was afraid of me.
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