Who Believes This Ghost Story?

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I was looking on ebay and there is some seller on there selling a a stunning blue ring which supposedly brings visions of ghosts.

The story goes like this:

While going through my grandmother’s old jewelry I found a stunning large blue ring that was just my size. (Women’s size 6). It is clearly costume jewelry. I tried it on and admired it. When my grandmother saw me wearing it her face grew pale. She told me that I must never wear it again. I rolled my eyes at her. After she left the room I stole the ring and hid it in my purse. That night a sudden wave of exhaustion hit me and I fell asleep very early with the ring still on my finger. When I awoke a ghostly figure stood above me. It was a woman with long blond hair and hollow eyes. She was translucent and shivering. Water dripped from her ghostly body as she hovered inches above the floor. The smell of ocean water filled my nostrils. I stared at her my mouth agape. “GIVE ME BACK MY RING,” She yelled at me. I immediately awoke. I was relieved that it was only a dream. That’s when I noticed the puddle on the floor. The next day I went back to my grandmother’s. I asked her about the ring. “It was stolen,” My grandmother told me. When she was a young woman, my grandmother fell in love with a very bad man. He showered her with gifts. Only later did she find out that all of the gifts were stolen. Over the years my grandmother has given every gift away, except the blue ring. There is something powerful about this ring. I am too afraid to continue on with this journey. I want to find someone who can solve the mystery of the woman with the hollow eyes. I sold this on Ebay a week ago. The ring was returned along with this note: “I’m sorry but I cannot hold on to this ring. After wearing the ring this weird smell filled my house and it got really cold. I heard muffled whispering. I am too afraid to solve the mystery. Please keep the money and the ring.” I don’t want the ring, and my grandmother wants me to get rid of it. Please if you are brave bid on this ring. Please pay with pay pal, and be very careful with this ring.

After reading it I am kinda freaked but still anxious and excited at the same time. I mean I’m not going to bid on the ring, but this just excited me. I have gotten to learning about supernatural things and looking up all kinds of urban legends and I kind of made it alittle hobby of mine, but I was wondering what your opinions are about this.
Yes, What Do You Think?

Here is the link if you wanna see the item yourself along with the story.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=270350595402

ps. If the seller of this item reads this question, i’m sorry for any inconvenince but hey this might get some brave soul to buy your item, so thank me, lol.

8 Comments
  1. Reply
    pisces_pirate7
    November 10, 2011 at 9:11 am

    Fake. any ‘haunted’ jewelry on ebay is a fake and the story just add’s to the hype

  2. Reply
    Kanye East
    November 10, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Most likely fake. But you shouldn’t f*ck around with that kind of stuff. Ghosts aren’t anything to play with.

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    silky1
    November 10, 2011 at 10:06 am

    i would love to believe this is a true story i enjoy a good haunt.

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    Dark Shadow
    November 10, 2011 at 10:59 am

    Sounds like an excellent sale tactic to me. While reading your story I felt like going to the site and bidding on the ring and finding out if it is true. Of course I am pretty sure it’s all made up to get you to bid on the ring. Good story but I don’t believe it.

    Edit: Funny story about that ring… I bookmarked the page to see how high the price would go up. Well I share a laptop with my mom and she happened to come across the page. She bought the ring because she thought it looked cool. She paid $ 5.29 for it. Crazy isn’t it?

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    luvurs
    November 10, 2011 at 11:33 am

    Seems phony to me, her hand is very young yet she types the explanation like it’s a novel. If she was scared sh*tless like she says she is, she wouldn’t take time to write, “The smell of ocean water filled my nostrils” or say her mouth was “agape”.

    I doubt there’s a mystery behind the ring anyway, wearing the ring is asking for trouble, ghosts aren’t often like in television shows, where if you solve their life problems they’ll reward you and head up to heaven. If a ghost is truly attatched to this ring, she will follow it wherever it goes and harass the owners. There is nothing to solve, and no way to get rid of the ghost. But hey, why not purchase the ring, it’s only $ 5 after shipping?

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    GFX8800
    November 10, 2011 at 11:44 am

    I remember someone trying to sell a ‘Haunted’ house to my friend’s dad. It’s a good tactic. There will always be people interested and curious. It’s fake just like most things on ebay.

    What if it is actually true(lol). Ask yourself, do you really want visions of ghost? (or more importantly do you really want to waste money on something fake?.)

    Next time i sell something on ebay, I’ll try this tactic. A Haunted PSP.

  7. Reply
    Al M
    November 10, 2011 at 12:29 pm

    First, it seems from the tale the seller spins that she is not the rightful owner of the ring. Even if we disregard the juvenile horror story elements, it appears that the seller’s grandmother actually owns the thing. I therefore question what right the seller has to try to sell it.

    Further, if the seller and her grandmother truly believe the ring has malign forces associated with it and really want to get rid of it, why don’t they just go throw it in the nearest ocean?

    It seems that instead of this, they want to make a few bucks and pass on an article which they believe possesses sort of evil power.

    Doesn’t that really make you wonder what sort of person you’d be dealing with if you made a bid?

  8. Reply
    Dragon Protector
    November 10, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    i dont believe them.

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