I’ve always suspected that people from the Australia and New Zealand portion of Earth were not quite right. They call chickens “chook” and always look sort of different when you see them in airports; they are just off.
So it should come as no surprise that a women from New Zealand is selling souls on Ebay. She is selling them for around $2000 and already I can tell you Satan has swiped out his Visa card and is placing his order.
It is so sad to know that unless by some miracle Satan missed the auction end-time, she is going to roast for all time. Selling souls on the black market has to be one of the newest sins that heaven frowns upon. Look at this. Terribly sad.
New Zealand woman sells souls to highest bidder
The Associated Press
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — The rare spirits that went under the gavel at a recent online auction in New Zealand weren’t aged brandies or hard-to-find liqueurs.
Instead, two glass vials purportedly containing the ghosts of two dead people sold for $2,830 New Zealand dollars ($1,983) at an auction that ended Monday night.
The “ghosts” were put up for bidding by Avie Woodbury from the southern city of Christchurch. She said they were captured in her house and stored in glass vials with stoppers and dipped in holy water, which she says “dulls the spirits’ energy.”
She said they were the spirits of an old man who lived in the house during the 1920s, and a powerful, disruptive little girl who turned up after a session with a spirit-calling Ouija board. Since an exorcism at the property last July led to their capture, there has been no further spooky activity in the house, she said.
The auction attracted more than 214,000 page views and dozens of questions before the winning bid, Trademe auction site spokesman Paul Ford said Tuesday. The name of the winning bidder was not released.
Woodbury said that once an “exorcist’s fee” has been deducted, the proceeds of the spirit sale will go to the animal welfare group the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.