AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Phew. Okay. Breathe. I’m sorry to alarm you with this video of a ghost so early in the morning. Please, if you haven’t finished your coffee yet, I urge you to do so before clicking through to the evidence of paranormal activity at Exmouth Rugby Club. If you have a gulp of coffee in your mouth currently, do swallow it or empty your mouth into a garbage can. DO NOT SPIT THE COFFEE AT YOUR COMPUTER SCREEN. While this evidence of some form of life after death will shock you and change your life and also the way you think about death, it is not worth ruining a computer monitor. “I don’t believe in ghosts, though, so probably I’ll just leave the coffee in my mouth and see what happens,” you might be thinking, and I hardly even want to help you out, you seem like a goddamn foolish jerk, but please I MUST urge you once again to do what needs to be done with the coffee currently in your mouth. Maybe put it back into your coffee cup? Whatever you want to do. Place one hand firmly in front of your face so you may cover your eyes if necessary and let’s WATCH THIS GHOST!

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH THE BELL! The owner of Exmouth Rugby Club, Frank Bright, is not convinced, saying:

“The bell ringing on its own is pretty odd, I’ll give you that,” he said, “And one of the girls was quite freaked out.

“But I’m a bit more level-headed and I’m sure there’s some way to explain it; I just can’t put my finger on it at the moment.

“There was one time I was here on my own and I heard a whistle. I turned round and shouted ‘hello, hello’ but there was no-one here.

“You hear voices every now and then but it could just be someone outside. The walls are made of wood but pretty thin.

UHHHHHH. SOUNDS LIKE A PRETTY OPEN AND SHUT GHOST CASE TO ME! So, what do you guys think you’re going to be like when you’re ghosts? Are you going to watch people while they’re in the bathroom? You shouldn’t. Are you going to scare people? I think I’m probably going to try to scare people all the time. Just whistling and ringing bells and writing my name on the walls and pulling down people’s pants and whatever else my spirit can muster. I can’t wait to be a ghost! (Via Abroath.)

Comments (27)
  1. What IS that all about?

  2. I’m pretty sure I’ll do the same thing as a ghost that I do now: Sit on a bench in the mall and silently judge every single person who walks by. The difference will be that when I’m a ghost, people will feel judged spookily.

    • Yeah, I’m pretty sure my ghost will still be at the museum. I’ll wander around fixing labels and displays and wondering who all these people are that have free time to visit a museum on a week day afternoon. It will be like I never left, except spooky!

    • I’ve given a lot of thought to what I’ll be like as a ghost, and I think I’ll do a lot of knocking on walls and staring out windows forlornly. Wailing. Appearing to children. Bleeding from the eyes. Typical ghost stuff. I’m not trying to reinvent the wheel here. But, I do hope I have a ghost boyfriend from another time period. That’d be pretty cool.

      • Oh, you could have a torrid ghost affair! A handsome ghost from the twenties who died with his wife of a loveless marriage in a car accident. You’d be trying to sneak away to attics and her disapproving father would just materialize in the same attic like, “I’m a ghost too dummies! I disapprove of this!”

        So romantic.



          • I DON’T HAVE A CAR!!!! Now I’m real confused, and I apologize for offering you a ride I can’t actually give you. Please don’t tell my future ghost boyfriend what a liar I am. He’s the only thing that gives me reason to live/be dead. *stares forlornly out the window*

          • I could never doom an unrequited ghost romance. Now I’m off via spirit highway to a former speak easy or Gatsby house to try and hunt down a handsome bootlegger who was only bootlegging to save his sick brother’s life to talk you up. (No worries about me stealing your boyfriend. eternity is a long time and there are a lot of dead musicians, I like to keep it pretty casue.)

          • Um, he sounds great. Thanks for the ghost set-up! Also, my guy probably knows some jazz musicians, if you’re interested.

        • Oh shit, I call Torrid Ghost Affair™ for my new band.

        • When I was in high school, I wrote a story for my English class about a hot ghost dude (I mean, I didn’t emphasize his hotness in the story, but believe me, boyfriend was fiiiiine) who fell in love with the woman who had bought his house in the present day, but then she was murdered (Hot Ghost tried to help, but couldn’t stop it), so she became a ghost too, and they teamed up to catch her murderer. And fell in ghost love, OBVIOUSLY.

          15 year old me knew where it was at.

        • The word would be “horrid,horrid”.

      • Switch ghost with vampire and I think you just described Bella from the Twilight series.

    • Oh Spookerglue.

  3. Someone get Zach Baggins on the phone, this could be a sad lady ghost who just needs love.

  4. Am I the only one who doesn’t think it’s weird to find spirits in a bar?

  5. I think maybe if I were a ghost I’d haunt a zoo or an aquarium. Any time you see an animal lounging around looking all happy, that’d be me rubbing their tummies with my inedible ghost hands.

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