Just a reminder that at this spooky time of year you may well experience weird goings on and things that go bump in the night in your own, usually quiet, house, especially if you are the owner of a young border collie. For example, should inanimate objects start to fly around the room; should cups of coffee, tea, pints of beer etc. tip over of what appears to be there own accord; should food items disappear off your dinner plate or kitchen worktop when you have been distracted by something even if it was for just a second; should your skirting boards look like they have been attacked by a pack of ravenous rats and the paintwork on your inside doors have been scratched by what is obviously some beast from hell; should you hear terrifying, ghoulish wailing that could freeze your blood if you are thirty seconds late getting your young dog's dinner - then I am afraid that your home is most probably haunted by a PUPPYGEIST!!!
The puppygeist is the most mischievous and destructive of the creatures from the darkside and they can cause havoc in a normally peaceful, tidy home within minutes of the start of the haunting. And they cannot be budged. If you have allowed a puppygeist into your home you will find that it will be for life not just for Halloween. The only suggestion I have is that you ring up your local Roman Catholic priest and ask him to come round to your house to exercise it. At least then you might just get half an hour in front of the television undisturbed.