I think I need my real estate to be quite haunted, thank you very much. I see that feature as a bonus
Agreed. Have you seen the early reviews for “The Conjuring” yet? The commercials make it look decent but the early reviews say that it is CRAZY-scary. (Of course, that just could be the 70’s hairstyles.) I am dying to see it.
Nope, haven’t heard or read the reviews yet. It’s hard to get Max to see a scary movie. He likes either happy happy movies or movies with a political slant to them. I can get him to see the odd Pixar movie. He did promise me that we would go see “The World’s End” together in August. I can always count on my friend Mel to see a scary movie with though. She’s into ’em.
If you see it first, let me know what you think. I think movies open in California earlier than they do in Texas. Max doesn’t like scary movies? Say it ain’t so! 😉
Reblogged this on Southern Goddess Paranormal and commented:
LOL good to know 😉
Thank you for the re-blog! 🙂
thank you for posting. really like your blog too by the way 😉
Thank you! I am a big fan of your blog, as well. 🙂
Hmm, wonder if this agent saw The Conjuring? I saw it and a certified not haunted house would be a major selling point! Definitely see the benefit of having a priest come bless a new house before moving in — or before closing!
Is it good? I haven’t seen it yet, but I am DYING to. (A little ghost humor -ha.)
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