Saturday, November 15, 2014

Fear of Freddie

Freddie and Mary were married for many years but all they did was fight. They would not agree on anything and would quarrel day in and day out. In fact, the neighbours had all become tired of this constant bickering and fighting. One thing they often heard during these arguments was the man's hiss-like warning saying, "When I am dead, I am going to dig up and walk out of my grave to give you nightmares all your life."

The neighbours thought Freddie practiced voodoo. There were strange happenings in the small town like strays getting hurt, and they thought Freddie was responsible.

One night, Freddie suddenly died under mysterious circumstances. After the funeral, Mary headed for the local pub and had the time of her life.

She partied every night and would come home very late.

Some of her neighbours asked her, "Aren't you tensed about what Freddie used to repeatedly tell you. With all the voodoo practice he indulged in, and his threat that he would dig up and walk out of his grave to stalk you, aren't you scared?"

Mary replied, "Let him dig all he wants. I buried the joker upside down."