Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Halloween Q&A

As a special reader service -- don't start asking for it every year, now -- we're going to pull out the Official HEADSUP-L Ouija Board and see if we can answer a few of the pressing questions raised by America's Newspapers on this day of wrath and terror looming:

Q: Silly, spooky imaginings -- or signs of an unseen power?
A: Silly, spooky imaginings.

Q: Do ghosts patrol some of the state’s high school sports’ sites or are these stories just urban myths to frighten the competition?
A: These stories are just urban myths to frighten the competition.

Q: So what makes you think your local high school doesn’t have a bat in its belfry?
A: No belfry.

Q: Should all these stories be written off, their veracity in doubt, their claims too dubious?
A: Yes.

Q: Still not convinced?
A: That's correct.

Readers are invited to submit more questions and answers. Any question appearing in big type or body copy from a Halloween story over the past week is eligible.


Blogger Phillip Blanchard said...

When we first heard that occultists were using the new iPod to channel spirits, we had our doubts. Why would ancient spirits choose to manifest themselves in consumer electronics -- don't they prefer the dusty seclusion of basement seances? Apparently not. (CNET)

*** "Apparently" ***

11:32 PM, October 31, 2006  

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