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-SPOOKY NEWS 1-
Saturday; March 22, 2014
Today was a very interesting day indeed. Our local school system had their annual "Reading Seminar" that seemed to be a promising event (something quiet unusal for this area). Read the INTERVIEW for more details and you'll get the idea. I do not go to such events here but decided to go early to speak to a few friends before the public came flowing through. Those friends wanted to see a few examples of artwork in-person recently completed. I parked the car. With great surprize I was actually greeted by a man outside that was apparently the Principle of our local Middle School. He thought that I was likely an invited guest there to speak and show the artwork. I informed him that I was just there to speak with a few friends. He said "That's just fine. Those look great. Your friends should really like seeing those." Honestly, I never thought I would have been so nicely greeted. That was a shock. After entering I asked a few staff in regard to me friends and was advised that they were here somewhere and the others were on their way. So I found a chair and was informed that it was alright to sit there. Great. While waiting I was approached by several people that I knew, but hadn't seen for some time, whom requested to see the artwork. No problem in that. Right? Think again. Possibly around 45 minutes of waiting, and while in conversation, I was approached by an unknown woman (possibly a member of the school staff), that rudely interupted and asked "What are you doing here?" I answered "I beg your pardon." She quickly responded " I have been informed that you have been stopping a many of our young students and asking them for their email addresses." I informed her that is not true. I informed her that I was just sitting here awaiting to catch me friends (one a guest), and the other being a school staff member. She informed me that neither of them were coming. With that there was no more reason to stay there waiting for them. As I went to stand up I was rather shocked to what she said next. And she said, "You have to leave and take that trash with you." I never said a word to that. I walked over to the library area (where most of the guest were seated at tables selling copies of their books), to speak with our new local county Librarian that asked me to stop before I left. I wasn't there but a few short minutes before another woman (most- likely school staff), that rudely stated "You have been told to leave. If not, we will call the police and have them remove you. You are making people very uncomfortable." I asked this woman "Why are you people acting like this? This is an public area and an event open to all the public...all the public...just not me, right?" This woman wouldn't answer. She just motioned to another staff member and told them "Call the police."
Well folks...this is the type of pathethic, idiotic, mindless way of thinking that you'll find thriving abundantly throughout this area. And it's a good reason to avoid this area at all cost. As for the artwork that was described as "trash" and apparently was threatening to the local public can be seen attached here below. I hope that it's not too scary for ya.
Respookibly beast regards,
Herman Munster Boris Kaloff "Mummy" "Shepherd"
portrait portrait Coat of Arms