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Friday, August 01, 2014

Daily 2 Cents: Goblins & Gremlins -- Alien Encounter at Home -- Flesh-Eating Bacteria Haunting Florida

Goblins & Gremlins

A tide of reported goblin encounters that have swept the African mainstream alternate media in recent days left me astonished! Strange goblins are poisoning poor lady's food, turning successful businessman into a bankrupt and even burning houses down in the dearly beloved Africa.

First off, Lydia Motaung from Qalabotjiha in Villiers, Free State, claims that a goblin, an "invisible thing" called the tokoloshe, is poisoning her family to death. Lydia's sister died this March after she became very ill from eating the food prepared in her house, leading her to believe that a goblin is poisoning her entire yard!

"All the food that comes into my yard is poisoned by an invisible thing. I think it's a tokoloshe and it wants to kill my whole family."

"The symptoms are always the same - dry throat, dizziness, terrible fever and severe headache."

Not only that, the goblin is also causing irritation and domestic fights in the family:

"It's painful to see family members turning against each other and being unable to help each other when we are sick. We need help to get rid of this thing,"
Now, here's another case, where a Frans Ngakane says his once successful spaza business is close to shutting down due to "a very aggressive mpundulo (zombie)". It reportedly hisses from the store ceiling and steals his money:

"Once it stole R800 of the week's taking of R2000. I was angry, thinking my children stole the money, but I discovered it wasn't them. Sangomas [healers] told me this tokoloshe was sent to make me poor."

His daughter has left the house and his wife can't stand him. Business rivals now treat him as a joke. Poor Frans now requests churches to come pray for him. Hope his plight is soon over.

Finally, the news of the era. Seems my earlier blog on Violent Exorcisms: The Modern Day Witch Hunt? was really important after all. Mike Musiiwa, a self-proclaimed Sangoma from the Chief Nyajena area in Masvingo, took advantage of his uncle's absence from his house, and set his property, worth about a $1,000 one fire! Yes, and in his defence, he said before Masvingo provincial magistrate Sibonginkosi Mkandla:

"I just wanted to destroy his goblins, which I did."

The chap plead guilty for arson, and is due punishment. - THP


Alien encounter at home

Sonora, CA - 4/3/2014 - unedited: Arriving home at 12:59 am, I startled what I thought was a deer at the bottom of my property. I thought it was a deer because that is what I usually see in the middle of the night. The thing that made me think it was a deer I was looking at were the two dark eyes. To my surprise, the "deer" stood up on two legs instead of scampering off into the brush. It stood up and stared back at me for long 5 seconds or so. It then turned and ran into an invisible doorway and disappeared. It was tall. Approximately 7 feet tall. Beige in color. Two tones of blonde and dirty blonde. The head was huge. Squarish on the top. Skinny. Had a body like the Geiko lizard. Skinny arms. No tapering from shoulders to waist.

If that wasn't strange enough, after reentering the car after getting out to unlock the gate to my driveway, all of the windows in the car were wide open. There was also a perfect hole punctured through the shirt I was wearing. - MUFON CMS


Victim: burglar smoked my wife’s ashes

A Vietnam War veteran is speaking out exclusively to FOX10 News after he claims a burglar broke into his home and smoked the ashes of his deceased wife.

Last week, Citronelle resident and Vietnam Vet, Phillip McMullen, went out of town to stay with some friends. While he was gone, he said the unspeakable happened.

“(The burglar) ransacked my house, tried to break in my gun safe, which, they weren’t able to, they even took my wife’s ashes off my headboard, strewed them around, looked like they tried to smoke some of them or something,” McMullen said, “I guess they figured out this stuff ain’t worth smoking, so they threw it up underneath one of my toolboxes.”

McMullen said he thinks the burglar thought the ashes were drugs, since the ashes were kept in a plastic box, rather than a metal urn.

“Tried it out to see if it was some kind of drugs, and I bet that was a nasty taste when they (did) that though,” said McMullen.

“It makes me want to fight again,” victim says.

McMullen said he and his wife were married for 22 years, and now, he’s hoping the burglar will be caught, so justice can be served.

The burglar was able to break in McMullen’s house through a window, the victim told FOX10. Once inside, the thief stole some 15 items, according to the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, including a generator, chainsaw, knife and fishing rods and reels. McMullen said he was furious when he first saw what happened.

“It’s hard to put in words, it makes me want to fight again, and I don’t like to fight,” said McMullen. “I don’t know if God will forgive them for what they’ve done or not.”

Meanwhile, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office is continuing the investigation, and is hoping someone will do the right thing and turn the criminal in.

“If someone did something like this, that’s just horrible,” said Lori Myles, with the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, “and if we do prove that he has tampered with this urn, there will be additional charges, such as desecration of a grave.”

Sheriff’s officials say the burglar is still at large, and they need your help to find the thief. If you know anything about this crime. - Fox10TV


Flesh-Eating Bacteria Haunting Florida This Summer

ABC Action News has confirmed that there was a death in Sarasota County from the flesh-eating bacteria. The Sarasota Health Department apologized for not reporting it sooner.

New warnings issued Monday surrounding a bacteria found in the ocean that has already killed several people in Florida.

It is called Vibrio vulnificus, a cousin of the bacterium that causes Cholera and it thrives in warm saltwater. "Since it is naturally found in warm marine waters, people with open wounds can be exposed to Vibrio vulnificus through direct contact with seawater," the Florida Department of Health said in a statement.

The Florida Department of Health reports 32 people have contracted the bacteria and 10 have died from the strain. Last year, 41 people were infected and 11 died. Florida isn't the only state to report Vibrio vulnificus infections. Alabama, Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi have also recorded cases.

"It's quite discouraging because the beach is one of the more popular hobbies in Florida," said Tracy Brown of West Palm Beach.

Brown, who was enjoying a day at the beach with her daughter, had not really heard about the Vibrio bacterium.

She was stunned to hear someone could become sick by simply entering the water.

"The last thing you want to think about is going to the beach and leaving with something you least expect," said Brown.

Florida Department of Health experts said anyone with a compromised immune system or anyone with an open cut should not go into the water. Those who do jump into the ocean should wash off before heading home .

"It's definitely something to take serious, but there are a number of other bacteria, that you could run into," said Tim O'Connor, a spokesperson for the Florida Department of Health.

O'Connor said the state is closely monitoring the Vibrio bacteria. So far, he said the situation is not severe.

No cases have yet to be reported in Palm Beach County.

"It's definitely something we need to be more wary of especially if it's going to affect us sooner than later, it needs to be known," said Brown.

The deadly bacteria can also be contracted from consuming raw seafood like oysters.

Steve Gyland, owner of Cod and Cappers Fish Market, is all too familiar with the impact the Vibrio bacteria can have on someone, he survived it.

"It was like you were on fire. Like a burn-blister from a fire. It was weeks before I could walk on that leg," said Gyland.

On a scuba diving trip to the Bahamas, Gyland came into contact with the bacteria through a blister on his left foot.

Had he waited, Gyland believes it could have been worse.

"You could just watch the red, blistery skin just grow and expand and move up your leg," said Gyland.

But Gyland also sells an item at his market that the state health department warns is a leading cause of contracting the Vibrio bacteria, raw oysters.

"If we eat raw foods, there's always a risk, absolutely there's a risk," said Gyland.

Gyland said he posts warning all over his store and suggests people who are worried should buy oysters from cooler climates to the north.

The state health department said it is monitoring the situation and is telling consumers to cook their oysters before eating the shellfish. - ABC Action News



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