Childers ghost sto­ries

Isis Town and Country - - Opinion - Jodie Dixon Re­porter jodie.dixon@isistc­news.com.au

I want to re­ally ex­pe­ri­ence a ghostly en­counter of the creepy, spooky kind. Jodie Dixon

WHEN I was fol­low­ing up on a story last week, I was made aware of ghostly hap­pen­ings at a par­tic­u­lar lo­ca­tion in Childers. This sparked my in­ter­est. I don’t care what any­one says, I do be­lieve in ghosts and I want to re­ally ex­pe­ri­ence a ghostly en­counter of the creepy, spooky kind.

I couldn’t stop think­ing of the ghost sto­ries so I de­cided to con­tact a ghost hunter of sorts from Bris­bane and they are pre­pared to come to Childers with the latest hi-tech ghost bust­ing gear and in­ves­ti­gate our ghostly friends.

The team of ghost busters do have one re­quest, “Ac­com­mo­da­tion”.

So Childers, who wants to help?

I was given per­mis­sion by our friendly den­tist to stay the night in the surgery.

This is my one chance so I have to in­ves­ti­gate.

I have been on bor­ing ghost tours, I never even got goose bumps it was that bor­ing.

So, Childers, I put it out there, where are the ghosts hid­ing?

Let us know at Town and Coun­try your ghostly ex­pe­ri­ences here in Childers or Gin Gin and I will get the in­ves­ti­gat­ing team to prove the un-proven. Do you be­lieve in ghosts? Also, I want to talk about the hor­rific ac­ci­dent on the Bruce Hwy Sun­day af­ter­noon.

What more can we do as a com­mu­nity to re­duce the road toll?

The high­way has claimed many lives and the mes­sages don’t seem to work.

What more can we do to stop the car­nage on our roads?

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