This Famous Haunted School In Ireland Just Got Even More Nightmare Inducing

Well it looks like they’ve got even more footage of the ghost at work, and although the entire thing can certainly be fabricated, if the footage is true, then we’ve got some evidence of paranormal activity going on. If it’s true, of course.

Check out the latest videos to see what I mean. 

First up, is this uncanny shake.

Then, if you check out the top left corner (where the timestamp info is), you’ll see a chair or other piece of furniture move through the hallway.

Then it moves, again, just way, way faster.

Oh and this next one’s no big deal, a backpack just falls right off the top of the locker and onto the ground. Nothing to see here.

And then a poster gets torn off the wall.

Then, there are even more moving chairs.

Look, I’ve got a message for everyone at Deerpark C.B.S., I know it might seem like a good idea to go to that school Halloween dance, but if my knowledge of horror films are any indication, ya’ll are gonna want to get the heck out of there like immediately.

You can check out the whole video, which the school kindly uploaded online.

Before you get to thinking that there’s no way in heck this video could be faked, just know that there are several YouTube videos that convincingly debunk common ghost video hoax methods. The fact that Deerpark is doing this and sharing all the evidence with the rest of the world, instead of calling for a shaman or priest, or buying another building entirely, makes me think the whole thing’s a prank.

But it’s still kinda cool to believe.

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The Office Of Government Ethics Trolled Trump Over His Famous “Loyalty Dinner” WIth Comey

The Office Of Government Ethics Trolled Trump Over His Famous “Loyalty Dinner” WIth Comey

The Office of Government Ethics appeared to have had enough with  Trump after he asked for the ousted FBI Director James Comey’s ‘loyalty’  at a private dinner.

So when the independent agency under the jurisdiction of the  president tweeted about ‘loyalty,’ many couldn’t help but wonder if it  was a direct jab.The tweet appeared to school the president. “Public service is a public trust, requiring employees to place loyalty to the Constitution, the laws, and ethical principles above private gain.”


The Internet seemed to enjoy the direct aim of the public service announcement.


President Trump was trolled by a government agency before. Remember the  National Parks Services’ tweet of the side-by-side chart of Trump’s and  Obama’s inauguration attendances?


This also wasn’t the first time the ethics agency skewered the  president. Obama appointee and head of the agency Walter Shuab  criticized Trump’s plan to separate himself from his business as “wholly  inadequate.” Shaub said, “Stepping back from running his business is meaningless from a conflict of interest perspective.”


White House press secretary Sean Spicer denied claims that the president  ever asked for James Comey’s loyalty. But Spicer was most likely behind  some shrubbery when that conversation transpired.


According to Comey’s account of the ‘loyalty’ conversation a week after Trump’s inauguration, the then-FBI director told the NY Times that he could only give Mr. Trump ‘honesty’ and did not pledge loyalty. And we all know what happened a few months later.

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Try Not To Cry Over This Owner's Heartbreaking Tribute To Her Internet Famous Pup

For those of you who are’t studiously following the Internet’s famous dogs, Daisy Dog is a pit bull rescue from California who runs a very active Twitter account. She and her owner, Nina, have been soulmates since the day they met in 2002 at the Riverside County Animal Shelter. Nina has lovingly chronicled Daisy’s ups and downs with adorable pup pictures that belong in a calendar or dog treat ad. Sadly, though, Daisy’s journey came to an end after sixteen happy years, so Nina posted the sweetest tribute to her bestie. 

In a Tumblr post that shattered our hearts, Nina remembered how she and Daisy came to be. 


“She wagged her tail at me and I just had to get her out of there,” Nina wrote. “But I never thought she would be my dog. She was only 2 ½ years old, and I was an old dog person. But she was my dog.”

It wasn’t always smooth sailing with Daisy. 

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She used to not get along with dogs,” Nina told BuzzFeed. “It took eight years of doing behavior shaping on every walk until she was totally cool with dogs.”

And the poor pup had seizures— though she rocked some pretty cool goggles to protect herself. 


“Daisy had focal seizures that were triggered by bright light,” Nina said. “So I bought her the Doggles and thought if they weren’t helpful or if she hated them, I was only out 15 bucks.”

But Daisy loved her ‘Doggles,’ and wore them everywhere with pride.

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…Even if they didn’t always fit perfectly.

And, despite her challenges, she had a pretty great life.

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She had over 2,000 Twitter followers, she ate pizza, and she was a proud Mets fan. 

…Not that she was ever rewarded for her loyalty. 

But, eventually, she got older and her health deteriorated.

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“Her hind legs got weaker, her gait wobbly, even just standing, she would list to the side,” Nina wrote on Tumblr. “She wasn’t in any pain, but going for a walk became going for a stare. The seizures which were initially helped by her awesome sunglasses started getting worse.”

And she really began to struggle.

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“Daisy has also been suffering from dementia,” Nina wrote. “The medication helped: she would stare off into space for a few moments a day, [and] get lost occasionally against a wall.”

So Nina and her husband, Will, recognized that Daisy didn’t have the quality of life she deserved, and they made the difficult decision to let Daisy go.


“While her physical needs were taken care of, mentally Daisy just wasn’t there,” Nina said. “She was anxious, she was confused, she was lost. She had no joy.”

But their goodbye to Daisy needed to reflect the impact she had on everyone who knew her. 

“Daisy was my dog. Then she was Will’s dog. Then she was the internet’s dog,” Nina wrote. “She was my heart. Today I chose to break it.” …So we’re ~tearing up~ big time, over here.

Daisy sent out this final tweet, so our “tearing up” has evolved to full on sobbing. 

RIP Daisy. We bet you’re still rockin’ those goggles, wherever you are now. (h/t buzzfeed)

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