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An account of a hilarious ghost hunting experience circa 2003.
In ancient times, it was believed that chosen prophets could communicate with spirits of the dead by means of ventriloquism. By producing sounds with the stomach (rather than by mouth), these prophets would utter words without moving their lips, and onlookers believed the sounds came from the spirits in the prophets’ stomachs. Hence the name "ventriloquist", which literally means "belly speaker" in Latin.
Apparently ghosts seem to enjoy tacos. Employees at a few Taco Bell restaurants claim that their fast food store is haunted. But taco-lovers shouldn't worry about the dead, they need to worry about the living when visiting their favorite fast food place. Some of the restaurant's workers add special secret ingredients to the food. One worker was photographed licking taco shells this week.
Los Angeles, CA — The fifth installment of the "Scary Movie" franchise haunts theaters tomorrow. Ashley Tisdale and Simon Rex star in the film alongside Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg, Kat Williams, Mike Tyson, and many other big celebrities.
Look through these pictures of the creepiest looking Santas and decide who is the most evil looking.
The Vintage Lamp - a short story (Happy Halloween)
Most folks in town described Anita Perkins with peculiar detail. A few could talk about Anita for up to three hours without repeating a story, many could hold an audience while three consecutive beers were consumed at Taylor's Saloon, but just about everyone held onto one story or another that they could tell to a traveling relative or at a convention three states away.
The paranormal is not always scary, but rather a neat connectivity that may scream coincidence or synchronicity as your mind attempts to understand something that's just happened that probably shouldn't have.
Case in point - The Vintage Lamp.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - OCTOBER 12, 2011 - THE WHITE HOUSE - White House Chief Science Consultant Robert Gumby has advised President Obama today to step-up research funding into a meteor that hit southwestern Arizona late last year while some scientists are calling its analysis "interesting" after a single organism was isolated this past weekend that hinted of life arriving from off the planet.
If you think mowing your lawn is hard work enough. Just think how hard it will be to mow the sky. In the future that’s exactly what we will have to do.
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A spooky tale from Boston. Happy Halloween from Para-Blog!