October 30, 2012
Haunted house debuts broom charging stations
A Knoxville-based haunted house debuted 12 broom charging stations on its property today in preparation for All Hallow's Eve. The residence, which is inhabited by several disembodied evil spirits, will offer the charging stations free of charge to local practitioners of the dark arts. The charging stations are located in a haunted forest adjacent to the property. "These stations offer an exciting opportunity for the East Tennessee spell conjuring community to give something back," said Knoxville apparition Woman in White. "The Creepy House at the End of the Street is committed to reducing our carbon footprint. These broom charging stations will allow local witches the opportunity to recharge their brooms without having to cast powerful black magic, which has been linked to global warming." The general public may also use the stations if they acquire a visitors' permit from the demon hiding in the mailbox.
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