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Ghostly Activities Forces SiteMakerOnline to Relocate
SiteMakerOnline.com has been forced to relocate its entire business due to unexplained events and happenings within the company’s corporate offices.
By: Steven Massam
Over a three-month period, the company did more than just register domain names. Staff members arriving for work also registered a number of unexplained incidents that had occurred during the night, all of which contained the earmarks of paranormal activity.
“We didn’t know what was going on,” said Managing Director Steven Massam. “Obviously, nothing like this had ever happened before.”
The incidents began innocently enough, with office supplies randomly moved to other locations throughout the office. Employees thought at first that they had simply misplaced the items. Soon after, the strange happenings became more mysterious. Staff members arrived for work on several occasions, only to find that file cabinets had been completely emptied, with all the paperwork neatly stacked on the floor in various locations throughout the building. Employees became reluctant to enter the workplace, never sure what they’d find when they opened the doors.
Events soon escalated. The company storeroom, which has a single entrance and exit door, was blocked from the inside. The door had to be cut open by a local joiner. When the door was finally opened, the steel storage shelves inside the storeroom were found leaning against the door, with all the equipment still stacked neatly in its accustomed place.
The unexplained phenomena then took a bizarre twist. Massam arrived at work one morning to find all the office chairs neatly stacked into a tall pyramid. Massam was determined to put an end to the strange events. The spooky goings on was costing the company a significant amount of money due to the time involved in putting everything back where it belonged.
However, the situation soon became intolerable. Messages began appearing on the desktop backgrounds of employees’ computers. The cryptic pleas implored employees to act, with messages that included – “Help me, get me out of here!”
The leasing company with which SiteMakerOnline contracted for office space was, not surprisingly, unwilling to conduct any investigations into the events, considering it an internal matter of SiteMakerOnline. Despite efforts to discover how and why the events were taking place, and how they were being carried out, no rational explanation could be ascertained. Massam indicated that SiteMakerOnline had no choice but to move its entire operation to a new location.
For more information about SiteMakerOnline, visit their website at www.sitemakeronline.com.
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