Saturday, March 15, 2014

GHOST HUNTERS TRACK GHOST OF ELVIS TO BRIDGEPORT

TWO GHOST HUNTERS HAVE BEEN CHASING THE GHOST OF ELVIS FOR TEN MONTHS AND AMID SKEPTICISM,  BELIEVE IT IS NOW IN BRIDGEPORT

BRIDGEPORT

Ghost hunters Meshitz Shortz and Wher Yu Hidin
were sleepless in Seattle before following a ghost
here to Bridgeport.
Meshitz Shortz  and Wher Yu Hidin, ghost hunters living in Keelung City, Taiwan arrived in Bridgeport last evening frightened, confused, and tired.  Shortz, 36, a former Russian dock worker met Hidin, 28, a Taiwanese dancer, ten months ago at a Seance where they say a Ghost was conjured up.  According to unsubstantiated news reports, the couple recognized the ghost to be that of Elvis Presley.

"The entity appeared to be all shooken up", Shortz told a Taiwanese news reporter.  "It jumped around like feet hurt in blue suede shoes, then jump out window."  Shortz and Hidin knew they had found the King or at least his ghost and thus began the chase.

Hidin took this picture of Elvis's ghost as
he faced Shortz and herself in their hotel
room. An instant later he disappeared into
 thin air.
They followed the ghost across Taiwan and into China, where they lost him.  Two months later the ghost resurfaced in Manila and the now weary duo caught the next flight out.  Once in Manila, they began searching everywhere after learning someone had spotted him crying at a chapel in the ghetto.  A week passed without a sighting, then "Elvis" appeared in their hotel room. Hidin was able to take a picture of him.  "He looked heart broken," she recalls, "and was humming Heart Break Hotel.  We all began to cry and then he was gone once more."

They followed the ghost from Manila to Hawaii where they caught a glimpse of him dancing at a luau and eating bbq pork.  When he saw them he vanished and was not heard of again until he resurfaced a month later in Seattle, Washington.  Shortz and Hidin tried to contact him, but failed.  They now believe that Elvis was upset with them as he howled like a hound dog outside their hotel room all night, keeping them awake and frightened.
That was the last they heard of him until two days ago when they found a message in a bottle saying that he was headed to Bridgeport, Minnesota.  The couple arrived last night and told OFF THE WALL News, they have their suspicions that he is here to see Dave Taylor, Senior reporter for OFF THE WALL News.  Taylor was an avid fan in the late 50s and once bought Elvis a Coke at a concert. Elvis was reported to have been ecstatic and told Taylor, "Hey, too much man! Taylor bowed giving Elvis the thumbs up sign, to which Elvis then curled his lip and said, "Thank you, thank you very much!"
Only time will tell if the King's ghost is in Bridgeport.  If it is, you have nothing to fear.  Sleep well, OFF THE WALL News has you covered!

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