What can you say about this? A woman sold two captured ghosts for roughly $2000US. Man, I gotta get in on this stuff. There are people making a fortune online selling things with Jesus faces, Mary faces, images of the ghost of Michael Jackson, but this really is clever. I don’t think I would have ever come up with this, or if I did, I just wouldn’t have followed through on it, so kudos to her.
Of course it’s impossible to know whether she believes this crap or if she’s just hamming it up for the sale. I wonder if you can tell just by looking at the bottles which ghost is which. What if you get them mixed up? What if they break? Oh no! The little girl ghost was allegedly summoned via a Ouija board (no mention of whether it was pink or not), which tells me that there’s a business here. Summon, bottle and sell. Perhaps you can start charging extra for more decorative containers. I don’t know, but this whole ghost in a bottle thing could be more lucrative than Mary toast. Sure, the toast got a lot more, but that was a one time deal. You could pump these babies out regularly. Of course you have to deduct the “exorcist’s fee”, but that can be written off as a business expense.