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How to Get Rid of a Ghost Haunting Your House

Updated on February 27, 2018
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Clive Williams is an internet researcher and writer on many genres. He has a BSc. Degree in Information Systems.

Get Rid of Ghost?
Get Rid of Ghost?

Many homes and large buildings have been known to be haunted by ghosts. Some of these entities are evil and have very bad intentions like sleeping with your ex. While some are good and seek to protect you from harm. Many good ghost have protected friends and family members from various harms such as buying a bad tasting ice-cream or going home too early to catch your spouse in bed with their boss. But not many people are fund of ghost hanging around their homes and hence will try various methods to get rid of ghost haunting their dwelling. Well, if you are tired of the hocus pocus and the mambo jumbo of ridding your home of ghost, here are 5 proven methods to drive away those evil entities that keeps spying on you while having a bath.

Get Rid of Ghost?
Get Rid of Ghost?

1. Move into a much smaller Home

Guess what? Ghost hate small homes and rarely ever haunt them. Ghost hates to be confined and not living in a mansion with 10 to 20 bedrooms, 6 attic spaces, 8 bathrooms, 3 kitchens, a backyard maze, and a cellar which leads to Narnia. Move into a one or two bedroom unit. Ensure that your bathroom is attached to your kitchen and bedroom. Dish the backyard maze and the attic that leads to Narnia. Once you do this, your ghost haunting days will be over. That ghost will pack its suitcase and go find a more spacious resident to haunt.

2. Play Rap Music

Didn’t you know ghost hate rap? Get yourself some of the latest and past gangster rap hard-core bullet spitting songs. Blast it across every room in your home and experience a life ghost free. Ghost like subtle elevator type music which just sinks into your psycho making you want to jump up the elevator shaft. They like music which calls them and hate anything which has to do with spraying bullets and large chains dangling around necks. Throw out your old British records and anything soothing to the mind. Go ahead, get gangster on the Ghost and watch them disappear, literally.

3. Get Some Black Friends

For some strange reason, Ghost don’t seem to be fund of appearing when black folks are around. Most of these ghost haunting occur in America and Europe where families live in those isolated forest like homes and are mostly people of European decent. These ghost have no conscience, they keep on taking up residents in these homes, lifting off sheets of little children when they are asleep and spinning around pictures of the Pope’s son. I can bet my next salary that if these homes were black owned. The ghosts would have definitely moved out by now.

4. Put up a Sign

Sometimes we as people need to be told the right thing. We have to be told not to enter there, not to walk here, not to text while driving, not to date anyone with yellow hair, etc. Just like when they were in their physical form and were told what to do and where they can and cannot go, ghost would need those same directions or instructions. Just get some posters created labelled “No Ghost Allowed.” Place these signs all over your home. Place them at the front door, back door and all room doors. Place them inside your home on tables so when these ghost comes out, they will realize that they are just not welcome and needs to move out. They may get a bit angry and start opening and slamming a few drawers, but after they cool off they will be out of your hair.

5. Use Bleach Mixed With Holy Water

One thing what I have learnt from my pals who do ghost busting is that ghost hate bleach. I don’t know if ghost can smell, but once they mix bleach and holy water and wipe the floors in the haunted homes. They ghost evaporate immediately! This has been a known ghost busting secret for decades. It is what ghost hunters or busters really use to get rid of ghost and not any chanting or failing gizmos.

Ghostley Conclusion

Note well, these methods are copyrighted and you should only try these methods once you have proven to me that your home is actually haunted. Once you have proof that a real Ghost exist within your residence of evil, you have the go ahead to use these methods. But be WARNED! Not all ghost are easy to get rid of, some of them you will just have to bribe them out of your home. Yes, bribing ghost actually work. In order for you to bribe a ghost, you have to have detailed information about the person once they were alive. If you find any dirt on their profile, just let the Ghost know that you know who they were and if they don’t leave your residence that you will pray to the highest of highs and reveal their evil.

© 2018 Clive Williams

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    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      7 months ago from Jamaica

      LOL@Frank

    • Frank Atanacio profile image

      Frank Atanacio 

      7 months ago from Shelton

      Play rap music was the best..LMAO... this was indeed entertaining.. Jive ass Clive...

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      Shafqat Mushtaq 

      7 months ago

      Did not know Rap Music could vanquish ghosts!

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