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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

When Devils Attack, or Girls Gone Wild

Here's an article from Trinidad about a weird incident in which 17 schoolgirls became ill and began acting in a way which led locals to suspect a case of demonic attack, or possession.  Environmental illness?  Mass hysteria?  Prank?  ....Demon attack?

Perhaps it's a case of  Shango revenge:  A teacher, who requested anonymity, said two weeks ago an Orisha woman came to the school and had a dispute with a member of staff. He said following the dispute, the woman threatened to deal with the school administration. 

Or maybe the old built-on-a-graveyard scenario:  Another teacher said the school was built on a burial site, but neighbours who live around the school denied that was so.

But new evidence suggests we should be looking at something other than Orishas or the angry dead.  We think authorities should bring in Squidward Tentacles for questioning.

Quiote: One girl was blabbering as if in a strange language. I could not understand what she was saying. It was sounding like ‘shebbaberbebeb shhhhee.’


What do you think, dear readers?

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