I don't really know what the laws are on buying and selling ghosts, but if they're anything like the ones for slaves, you're not supposed to do it. You have been warned.
''Captured ghosts from our house
Captured by an exorsist from a spiritualist church
one spirit we believe is a man by the name of Les Graham, managed to track down a photo. He died in the house in the 1920's.
Exorsist believes this spirit likes to make himself known and spook people. but he is not a very strong spirit.
The other spirit came from when me and my partner stupidly did an Oujia Board. We believe it is a little girl who likes to move things and turn things on and off. Exorsist says she is VERY strong and if left will get stronger.
We have had no activity since they were bottled on July 15th 2009 . So i believe they are in the bottles.
They are bottled with holy water as aparantly the water dulls the spirits energy, sort of puts them to sleep.
To revive the spirit, i have been told that you pour into a little dish and let it evaporate into your house.''
That all sounded good except for the Oujia board part. Oh, and the "pour the ghosts into a dish and let them evaporate into your house" bit. GHOSTS ARE NOT SCENTED OILS, GOD! Back me up here, Dr. Venkman. Also, why the hell is bidding at $2,000? Wait just a minute!
FOR SALE: Ghost of a woman from Starbucks who had her laptop speakers up too loud. Also likes to take calls with no consideration for those around her. Currently captured in a frappuccino cup but will transfer to a Snapple bottle for security purposes. Asking $500 or car stereo.
Thanks to Asbo and dilf, who ain't afraid of no ghost but heights make them cry and wet themselves.