Frisky ghosts? “Who you gonna call?”

Amorous ghosts are not welcome at the Black Lion

A NORTH Wales landlady is calling in the help of the Ghostbusters to dispel mischievous, horny spirits in her boozer.

Jane Forkings-Russell, boss of the Black Lion near the hamlet of Babell, Flintshire, has roped in the help of the famous paranormal investigators after five years of harassment from ‘frisky’ supernatural beings.

Previous tenants at the Black Lion have recalled freaky goings on at the watering hole, but none have reported the same level of lewd pestering alleged by Jane.

Imaginative Jane says the ghosts will often give her a cheeky tickle, whisper in her ear, and even try and unhook her bra.

It seems the Black Lion ghosts have taken a shine to the barmaid during her five year tenure at the pub, but she has become so sick of the spirits’ antics that she has called in doctors Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler and Winston Zeddemore for help.

The quartet will spend the night at the Black Lion to experience the mysterious goings on in a bid to capture the ghouls and rid Jane of her seemingly sexually-orientated demons.

Jane explained: “I was washing the glasses one night when something approached me from behind and pressed a couple of fingers into my back. I thought it was one of the staff playing a prank, but when I turned round I saw I was the only one in the pub.

“They like playing with the music too. I’ve got a digital player in the bar and the volume is usually between nine and 12. I can be standing there, talking to a customer, and the music starts going up. The dial goes up and up to 34.

“They’ll even change the music. If I’m the last one in clearing up on my own they’ll put on Tom Jones and Mousse T ‘Sex Bomb’, ‘Do Ya Think I’m Sexy’ by Rod Stewart or even ‘If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me’. It’s creepy.”

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