Ghost Hunters Hold Seance At 'The Old Spaghetti Factory'
"About 50 people, mostly members of the Bay Area Ghost Hunters group, gathered in a San Jose building for a seance.
The event, organized by the group and led by Livermore-based psychic adviser Irma Slage, allowed participants Sunday at downtown's The Old Spaghetti Factory to ask Slage questions about deceased loved ones."I would never attend a seance at the Old Spaghetti Factory or anywhere else, unless I was served spaghetti. Give me a free meal and I will attend a meeting of the Flat Earth Society or any other silly event.
No ghosts made an appearance at the Old Spaghetti Factory, maybe if the seance had been held at a graveyard or a haunted mansion at least one ghost may have showed up. The ghost hunters don't have a clue, you don't hunt for alligators in a desert, and you don't hunt for ghosts in a spaghetti restaurant.
Actually, it doesn't really matter where you hunt for ghosts, cause there ain't none nowhere. (Triple negative, do I get a prize?)
Halloween is a time for make believe, and the only ghost I want anything to do with is a sexy lady dressed up as a ghost. Hopefully she will be friendlier than Casper the Friendly Ghost, if you know what I mean.
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