Wed­ded bliss and the great be­yond

Coventry Telegraph - - LETTERS -

HAL­LOWEEN of­fers at­ten­tion­seek­ers to make all sorts of ex­trav­a­gant claims and this year was no ex­cep­tion.

Google News car­ried the story of a woman who claims to have had in­ti­mate re­la­tions with as many as 20 ghosts and is cur­rently en­gaged to one.

With the spec­tre of mar­riage hang­ing over this af­fair, I have tried to con­jure an image of the cer­e­mony. Pre­sum­ably it will be car­ried out by a spir­i­tu­al­ist, prefer­ably one versed in see­ing The In­vis­i­ble Man plac­ing a ring on the bride’s fin­ger.

The wit­nesses will also have to be spir­i­tu­al­ists. Had this been a lo­cal af­fair, they could have held their re­cep­tion at The Phan­tom Coach.

My fi­nal thought is this. If the groom had been mar­ried at the time of his death, would mar­ry­ing this woman make him a big­ger mist? Richard Allen Whober­ley

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