What is is with our obsessions with Holes in the ground?
Did it start with Baby Jessica? Or have we always been consumed with wayward object gone astray, subterranean people and things?
It's a hole for Christ sakes, grab a shovel, and put down your cameras.
I think it's the same mentality as grave markers. It memorializes an event.
It's so the ghosts can grab you better, didn't you see "Poltergeist"?
didn't you see "Poltergeist"?
Up until that movie, I referred to the "noise" on the teevee as "bug races." I never realized it was restless souls of the undead.
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