Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Sleepless Near Seattle...

Police in Federal Way, Washington, have a bit of a quandary on their hands. Exactly how do you investigate an alleged rape when the culprit can't be caught... literally?

Two women living in an apartment on 25th Place South repeatedly called the maintenance man to complain that a ghost has been raping them on weekend nights for the past two years. Not feeling equipped at handling the situation, he told them to contact the police. Perplexed police officials will not comment on the crime, though they said they have no leads.

One of the victims has stated that the first incident occurred while she was living in Kent. The activity seemed to follow her... and is now affecting her roommate.

News reporters have been unable to track down the women for comment.

Ghost hunter Ross Allison says that with all the paranormal shows on television, paranormal reports are way up... and he doesn't think it's a coincidence. According to Ross, many people "...start to label every little interesting thing happening in their home as paranormal when it might just be a house creaking."

Sounds like the only thing creaking in this apartment is the bed...

5 comments:

Dragon said...

LOL yes I agree. People letting spooks go to their head. People get caught up in believeing they see ghosts and every little thing is a ghost. You have to debunk it anymore to prove that it was actually a ghost, and people don't. They just jump to conclusions. I am sure we all do this at one time or another but I dont' think to this extreme. Sounds like another case of "I want attention and here is a weird way to get it"

Buck said...

But really, what's the problem, unless the ghost is a really bad lover. After all, no awkward breakfasts and small talk, no weird moments at the office, no being dragged to some stupid party to be shown off. Seems like a win-win to me. :)

Chris said...

Very interesting and a interesting scapegoat too lol Huggs! :-)

Sh@ney said...

I couldn't help but smile reading this, Things that go HUMP in the night? It must be difficult to take seriously, maybe she is just seking her 15 minutes of fame. Probably see her on Jerry Springer in a few months "A ghost Fathered my Baby"

Ken said...

"Things that go HUMP in the night..." That would've been a perfect title!! LOL