Honey, My Cell Phone Died

It was five years ago when Frank Jones’ wife and son died unexpectedly. His son, Steven, died of a brain tumor at an early 32. Three months later, his wife, Sadie died from a heart attack at the age of 69.Sadie was a cell phone addict. “She always had a mobile with her,” Jones told the Blackpool Gazette. So, of course, they buried Sadie with her cell phone.Now Jones believes Sadie is getting service six feet under, and she has been sending him text messages with words only Sadie would say. Of course, there is no return number on the messages or missed calls, leading Jones to believe the communications are form his deceased wife.

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Creepy? Yes. But here’s where things get creepier: The house Jones lives in has a history of hauntings from a being called “The Thornton Thing”. The entity drove a family from the house in 1971, and after the Jones family suffered hauntings as well, they had the house exorcised.

It wasn’t until the untimely deaths of his wife and son did Jones start experiencing messages from beyond. The obvious question we can’t help asking: What kind of service does one get up there? She’s clearly getting a lot of dropped calls. — aol.com

Nice shirt, frank. Looks good on you.

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5 Responses to Honey, My Cell Phone Died

  1. Dawgbowl says:

    Somebody’s ragging the old man with a spectacularly bad-taste prank. Or he’s just a mental. In fact, probably both.

  2. Ms Calabaza says:

    Can ya hear me now?

  3. Evil Elvira says:

    My bet is he’s finally getting what he deserves because he spent his whole not listening to her when she was alive. I intend to do the same thing to my husband, except in reverse — he’ll be dead and buried with a cell phone that I’ll call every couple hours just to keep him from enjoying his own dirt nap.

  4. Ms Calabaza says:

    Five bars, five bars!

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