Tuesday, October 6, 2009
My wife and I are still looking for our first house. What started out as a fun whirlwind tour of townhouses and small family homes has turned into a frustrating experience akin to our recent Mexican vacation (Again, it was terrible . . . EXCEPT COOL-TV!!!! see previous blog post.)
Last night we saw a few houses including one in a development that was eerily familiar to me. You see that house happened to be in the same cul-de-sac where I, many years ago, saw a ghost. I'm not talking Casper here either, where I would gladly pay top dollar for the house so I could have a ghost best friend who would keep robbers away and occasionally cook me breakfast. No, I am talking a terrifying, evil, no-breakfast ghost. I remember it clearly, it was a woman holding three evil looking dogs in front of her, all equidistant, and she had no head. I am not joking, she was sans-head. The ghost and her devil-dogs (Oooo, note to self: Buy devil-dogs later) stood in the road and never moved as my car approached them, even to the point where I was a few feet away and I could see through her body. I was scared to death that day, and still remember it clearly.
Now, the question: Is it stupid of me to not consider buying this house because I saw a ghost in the cul-de-sac years ago? I am 100% not joking that I will not buy that house for this exact reason. Am I being stupid?
Posted by Newman at 11:22 AM
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