A Little Friday File Fun

And now it's time for FRIDAY FILES!

In Bristol, England, a woman says she has had intimate relations with at least 20 ghosts since she was a teenager but wasn’t looking for a new relationship when she went to Australia on a business trip. However, she says that changed on a nature hike when she came into contact with an apparition and felt sparks like none she’s ever known, the Huffington Post reports. The woman didn’t think it could amount to anything serious because she says spirits tend to stay in one place, but something amazing happened on her flight home: She felt the presence of her new love on the plane, going home with her. That was nine months ago, and she recently told the British show “ITV This Morning” that her new love has proposed. The couple plans to do a Pagan “handfasting” ceremony, in which their hands are tied together, symbolizing their connection.


In Mobile, Alabama, a woman planning to be a zombie for a Halloween party bought fake teeth for her costume. The teeth attached to her regular teeth with an adhesive. However, when she tried to remove them, she found she couldn’t. She tried many things to get the fake teeth out, but to no avail, according to McClatchy News. Finally, she went to a dentist who had to cut it in sections and pull it off.


In Chicago, Illinois, after a flight from Kansas City landed at O’Hare airport, a baggage handler was found in a heated and pressurized cargo hold. He told police he was drunk when he fell asleep in there. According to the Associated Press, no charges were filed, and he was sent back to Kansas City.This little boy gets no cake for his birthday next year after this hurtful wish.

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This is how I feel some afternoons at work.

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Every season offers fun times for dogs.

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