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The Creepy Halloween Booze That Has Been Cursed By A Real Witch

The creepiest Halloween drink is out, but be careful as the booze carries a horrifying story with it!


The Halloween is just around the corner and all sorts of creepy gimmicks are starting to come out. From donning a realistic zombie costume to decorating a house like something sinister is about to happen, people are putting a lot of efforts to feel the spirit of Halloween.

But how about swaying away from the usual pumpkin cookies and red gelos that mirror a bloody drink for the Halloween treats? How about trying the new booze that’s sure to give you the chills and horror of being mystified by a supernatural being.

The creepiest Halloween drink might be exceptionally delicious but it has a dark secret behind its ingredients.

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An alleged cursed gin is the new favorite of Halloween booze seekers. The drink is reportedly made using apples picked from Pluckley in Ashford, Kent which is dubbed by the Guinness World Records as England’s ‘most haunted village.’ It is also infused with mint and a dash of Devil’s Claw. The drink is named Evil Spirit Gin and people who tried it described it as “wickedly delicious.”

But what makes the exclusive drink more creepy and special is that it is reportedly cursed by a real witch under a full moon! Reports reveal that the English village where gin was formulated have at least 12 haunted spirits. The professional witch named Julianne White was the one tapped to cast a curse on the Evil Spirit Gin.

The curse cast by a true witch on the gin is probably what’s making the booze really strong.

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It is said that a ‘bespoke blessing’ was cast over the gin during October’s full moon. It was done to ‘enhance the effect’ of the witch’s unique spell which is supposed to empower the drinkers and to let them follow whatever their hearts desire – whether it is for good or evil.

The gin was sourced on haunted lands and people who want to try the drink can buy it online.

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So if you are planning on getting wasted over this cursed gin during the Halloween, please be responsible and check your intentions before taking a sip. The 40% proof gin is sold by the popular online card and gift shop Moonpig and is now on sale at £13.


Dying Chimpanzee Refuses Food Until She Recognize Her Former Caretaker’s Voice

I can’t help but cry, this video is touching.

The bond between humans and animals is unique in its own way. When a dying chimp refused to eat and drink, the caretakers tried so hard to feed her but to no avail.

Now, a footage emerged of the dying chimpanzee recognizing the voice of her former caretaker since 1972, Professor Jan van Hooff.

The chimpanzee named Mama was a former matriarch of the chimp colony at the Royal Burgers Zoo in Arnhem, Netherlands.

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Villagers Convinced Dragons Are Real After Discovering Mysterious 60-Foot Skeleton

In China, everything is possible. Even (and especially) giant flying reptile worms.

From time to time, the internet explodes with news of supposedly new “finds” involving strange beasts and other bizarre phenomena. Some of these unearthed discoveries include dual-headed animals, shapeless blobs, “aliens,” and strange creatures washed ashore from the deep.

In other cases, people are astounded when “evidence” of totally mythical beings suddenly make an appearance. Like the huge collection of bones Chinese villagers found in a field

Apparently, they appear to be the remains of a 60-foot-long animal.

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Woman Tests Limits of Pet-Friendly Motel by Checking In Her Horse

And they lived up to their promise.

Being a pet owner is serious business. It entails a lot of responsibilities and sometimes sacrifices. When traveling, for example, you can choose to leave your pet at home or in someone else's care, or you can find pet-friendly places and bring them along. This should be easy with your feline friend or your canine buddy, but what if your pet is a horse?

One woman named Lindsey Partridge was checking into the Super 8 motel in Georgetown, Kentucky when she overheard that a guest had a pet dog with her. Realizing the place was pet-friendly, she decided to test its limits.

Partridge was on her way to compete in the Retired Racehorse Project’s Thoroughbred Makeover competition when she stopped by the motel.

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