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Famed Demon Hunter to Exorcise the Panties of Peril   2 comments

DESPITE their ordinary appearance, these panties are possessed by a force "beyond human comprehension," expert says.

DESPITE their ordinary appearance, these panties are possessed by a force “beyond human comprehension,” expert says.

By C. Michael Forsyth

BOSTON — The Panties of Peril, universally ranked the world’s most lethal paranormal object, have claimed the lives of eight women – and one man – who were foolish enough to put them on. All perished in bizarre freak accidents. But the dreaded drawers may have finally met their match. America’s toughest exorcist, the Reverend Jim Bookley, has vowed to rid the evil undies of the demonic entity that has possessed them.

“Either those panties are going down, or I’m going down,” declared the 54-year-old demon hunter.

The history of the Panties of Peril is well documented. But Rev. Bookley has an equally impressive track record. Among the many feathers in his cap, he cast out from a possessed German nun the infamous Legion, the only demon to go toe to toe with Jesus in the Holy Bible and live to tell the tale. After a fierce eight-day battle, he successfully exorcised a donkey that had run amok in Palermo, Italy. In 2011, the clergyman was voted Exorcist of the Year, after driving the demon Asmodeus from the body of 24-year-old Brooklyn meter maid Gina Spimacelli and sending him running off with his barbed tail between his legs.

And Rev. Bookley is coming to this new spiritual showdown loaded for bear. Included in his arsenal, along with usual implements such as holy water, Bibles and crucifixes, are:

• The Holy Collar of Antioch. Once placed on the neck of a possessed person, it renders the demon plaguing them powerless.
• The personal Bible of Pope John Paul II.
• The Chains of St. Augustine. Made of pure silver, they can supposedly bind any demon.
• The boxing gloves of Father McMurphy, once wielded by the famed Irish cleric and demon hunter.

“And it goes without saying I’ll be packing my sawed off shotgun,” he said, patting the trusty firearm.

CLERGYMEN turn to exorcism only as a last resort, as in this scene from the movie "The Last Exorcism."

CLERGYMEN turn to exorcism only as a last resort, as in this scene from the movie “The Last Exorcism.”

The Panties of Peril are currently in the possession of Boston millionaire Laurence Viskerbloom III, who purchased them last July at auction for a reported $650,000 from an unidentified dealer — although their legal ownership is in dispute. Experts say they were stolen in 2013 from the vault of the New Jersey Institute for Paranormal Research, where they were kept under lock and key in a titanium vault.

Authorities believe the culprit was transvestite performer Frank Yinsley, better known as Lady Charlize, who was later found dead in his apartment while wearing the panties. He’d succumbed to the bite of a rabid bat after chasing it with a broom, and breaking a chandelier, investigators determined. The panties vanished from a police evidence room two weeks later.

Viskerbloom purchased the panties for his wife Bethany, a devotee of the occult who believed they could endow her with rare magical powers. Instead, tragically, she was electrocuted when the candles she’d lit for a special ceremony caught her robes on fire. The panties, eerily, were untouched by the blaze.

“Those panties took my Bethany,” Viskerbloom told reporters. “Whatever it is that’s haunting them has to be destroyed.”

DON'T PANIC: The vast majority of panties are safe to wear, experts say.

DON’T PANIC: The vast majority of panties are safe to wear, experts say.

Researchers at the prestigious New Jersey Institute for Paranormal Research have tracked the innocuous-looking pink panties to a sweatshop outside Denpaser, Indonesia. They believe they are possessed by the vengeful spirit of a factory worker who was killed along with 90 others when the building collapsed.

“The worker was a practitioner of kulam, a sinister, voodoo-like form of black magic so dangerous it’s been outlawed by the Indonesian government,” revealed the Institute’s director Dr. Dan Greavesby.

His organization is suing for the return of the panties. And he’s appealing to Rev. Bookley to call off the exorcism, scheduled for next month.

“These are incredibly powerful forces at work here, almost beyond human comprehension,” the expert warns. “To take them on before we’ve had a chance to fully study them is foolhardy.”

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Panties of Peril Stolen — And Police Warn Thief Could Die From “Curse.”   3 comments

Can an ordinary pair of panties like these kill?

NEVER put on these panties — no matter what, authorities warn.

By C. Michael Forsyth

EDISON, N.J. — The notorious Panties of Peril, widely considered the world’s most dangerous paranormal object, have been stolen from a heavily guarded titanium vault – and authorities fear that whoever ripped off the undies is in mortal peril!

“Four women who wore this undergarment suffered cruel and bizarre deaths,” warned Dr. Dan Greavesby of the prestigious New Jersey Institute for Paranormal Research. “Second only to plutonium, we consider the Panties of Peril to be, pound for pound, the most harmful material on Earth to human life. We’re pleading with whoever took them to return them at once – before he or she suffers a similar fate.”

Investigators say the panties were stored in a 16” by 18” safe within a second 3’ by 5′ safe, 140 feet below the surface in the sub-sub basement of the famous institute. The culprits dug a tunnel beneath the safe and drilled into it from below. Police are unsure of the motives of the thief or thieves.

“It could be a collector of rare occult objects,” said Det. John Relters of the State Special Investigations Bureau. “It might be a deviant with an underwear fetish or even simply college pranksters bent on pulling off ‘the ultimate panty raid.’ But whoever is in possession of those panties is playing with fire. From what we’ve been told, even someone who horses around with the underwear on his head could die within minutes.”

The strange tale of the dreaded drawers first came to light in April, 2010 as reported here later that year. College coed Amber Walyde, 19, was electrocuted by her blow dryer soon after purchasing the innocuous-looking, pink cotton panties. Her death was quickly followed by that of her roommate, killed in a freak Segway accident, and then her kid sister Raven, who suffered an allergic reaction to a bee sting while dancing around in the panties she’d inherited. After the first victim’s Aunt Sandy was decapitated by a falling ceiling fan, the panties were turned over to the institute for safe keeping.

“The supernatural mechanism at work remains unclear,” revealed Dr. Greavesby. “We have traced the garment back to a factory in Manila, which is ground zero for a little-understood form of witchcraft known as kulam. One theory is that a disgruntled factory worker placed a curse upon the panties. Or it’s possible they are possessed by the vengeful spirit of an employee who died in a building collapse that year.”

Any contact with human skin is dangerous, experts say. The panties can be handled safely only with lead-lined gloves. A research assistant donned the underwear for two minutes in what Dr. Greavesby now acknowledges was a very risky experiment. The heart monitor used to make sure she was all right short-circuited, delivering an electrical shock that put her into cardiac arrest.

“Miraculously we were able to enter the hermitically sealed chamber and remove the panties in time to resuscitate her,” the expert divulged.

Now cops are hoping against hope that the thief they’ve dubbed the Panties of Peril Pervert will recognize how foolhardy his actions were and turn in the lethal lingerie. The Institute has offered a $100,000 reward for the safe return of the Panties of Peril.

“All we want is the underwear back – no questions asked,” the researcher said.

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PANTIES OF PERIL! Everyone Who’s Worn Cursed Underwear Has Met a Cruel and Horrible Death!   4 comments

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Can an ordinary pair of panties like these kill?

By C. Michael Forsyth

NEWARK, NJ — Four women have died in bizarre freak accidents after wearing the same pair of pink panties!

Paranormal investigators believe the undies may be cursed — and warn that anyone else foolish enough to don them may suffer a similar fate.

“This is the second strangest case of the supernatural I have ever investigated,” declared researcher Dan Greavesby, director of the New Jersey Institute for Paranormal Research, in Edison. “This garment is completely ordinary in its appearance and manufacture. How and why it inflicts such deadly harm is a dumbfounding mystery.”

The tragic chain of events began last April, when 19-year-old college sophomore Amber Walyde was electrocuted by her blow dryer. The device short-circuited, sending more than 2,500 volts ripping through her body, a medical examiner determined.

“After Amber’s clothes were returned by the morgue, her roommate Madison Prevetski threw them in the wash, intending to box them up with the deceased girl’s other possessions and send them to her family,” says Greavesby.

“The panties accidentally got mixed up with Madison’s own clothes. Four days later, while wearing the panties, she was struck by a runaway Segway and died instantly.”

The panties were inherited by Madison’s kid sister Raven, 16.

“We almost threw them out, but Raven thought they were really cute,” recalls the girls’ mother Rhonda, 47. “They were very bright and had the word ‘sexy’ on the back.”

Bubbly, popular, strawberry-blonde cheerleader Raven survived for three weeks, during which time it’s believed she wore the panties on two occasions without mishap. But the third time, her luck ran out.

“Raven was dancing around in her room in her underwear, listening to Lady Gaga on her iPod, when a bumble bee flew in the window and stung her on the inner thigh,” reveals the researcher.

“It turns out she was allergic. She went into anaphylactic shock and died aboard the ambulance as she was rushed to the hospital.”

It was then that the doomed teen’s distraught mom finally put two and two together.

“I stood looking at Raven’s swollen corpse on the hospital gurney, wearing only her favorite old Mickey Mouse T-shirt and those damnable pink panties,” Rhonda says.  “I remembered that those were the same ones that Madison was wearing when she died.

“I knew then and there that they were evil.”

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NORMALLY, panties can be worn safely.

Raven’s clothes, including the unlucky undies, were sent home in a plastic bag.

“The entire drive home Rhonda was babbling hysterically about the panties, and how they had to be destroyed ‘before anyone else gets hurt,’ ” says her husband Tony, 50.“I tried to calm her down and promised I would give them away to the Salvation Army. But she kept saying they had to be burned.

“Now I wished I’d listened to her, but instead I stuffed the underwear in my desk drawer and gave Rhonda a fistful of my mother’s old anti-anxiety pills. That knocked her right out.”

For several days, the grieving mom walked around “like a zombie” according to relatives, too zonked out to think about cursed panties or anything else. But the day of the funeral, she started up again, shouting in the middle of the eulogy that she had to go home and burn the undergarments in the fireplace.

“She was still going on about it at the gravesite,” remembers Tony. “My sister Sandy, who’d flown in from Seattle, tried to talk her down. She told my wife that she was being silly, that ordinary cotton panties couldn’t plot against people.

“She said that to prove the panties were harmless, she’d wear them herself. Rhonda totally lost it and the only way we could console her was for Sis to assure her that she’d never touch those panties.”

About two hours later, at the family home in Newark, mourners gathered in the living room for light refreshments. There were 37 people in the large room, which boasted a 20-foot ceiling and a large ceiling fan.

The mood was somber but relaxed and it looked like everything was returning to normal when Tony’s sister Sandy came down the stairs. She called for everyone’s attention and said that she had an announcement. To the surprise of all who were present, she lifted up the front of her dress — revealing that she was wearing the perilous pink panties!

“Sandy was a size 16, so they didn’t fit her the way they fit my daughter, but there was no mistaking them,” Tony says. “Sandy gave this triumphant smile and said, ‘See what I mean? There’s no such thing as cursed underwear.’

“When I saw those panties, alarm bells went off in my head. Acting on gut instinct, I dove for Sis, hoping against hope that I could rip them off in time. But it was too late. At that moment the ceiling fan fell and decapitated her.”

Greavesby, who is careful to always wear lead-lined gloves while handling the mysterious panties, says he’s traced them back to a factory in the Phillipines.

“Many of the indigenous people practice a form of black magic,” he reveals. “It’s possible that a disgruntled, underpaid worker at the sweatshop put a curse on the underwear. Or, perhaps someone died tragically at the facility and his or her spirit has possessed the panties.”

For now, the panties are being stored in a titanium safe at the New Jersey Institute for Paranormal Research.

“We believe that as long as the panties don’t come into contact with human flesh, they can do no harm,” explains Greavesby. “But until the mystery is solved, it is imperative that no one wears those panties again.”

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