The strange doctor
One day I went to a new doctor who I heard had a bad reputation, among the practicing field. I went to the doctor because he was cheap, only eight dollars per visit, he had diplomas all over the walls. He did not look like a quack. I went to see him about a problem with my neck that I had had for three months. His nurses were very beautiful. They put me in a trance.
As I was sitting there, I heard a strange noise. It came from the basement. Then the walls started to move. This was too much for one man to handle. So I got on the phone and called my friends, the Ghost Busters. They came within the minute.
The house had a reading of 75 out of 100 on their ghost finder, so a ghost was definitely in the vicinity. They were going to bust the whole house. But the house retaliated against us by using its sidewalk as a treadmill. It went too fast for us to keep up with it. We brought in the BIG guns to take this bad boy out. It was a sub-atomic specter nullifier with gold plating. The house saw what was coming and it lifted up and sprouted legs and started to run away. It was running at a top speed of 75 MPH, and my car could only do 60 MPH. We had to stop and commandeer a faster car. The house went into the woods and we had to look for it. You would think it would be easy to find a two story house in the woods! It took us exactly two and a half hours to find it.
Once found, it pleaded with us to not hurt it. After it rambled on with a three hour long speech on "Why not to blast me into a million pieces", we thought about it. Guess what! It double-crossed us. We chased it from sea to sea and town to town. We finally caught up with it in Florida. We had to sneak up on it, and take it by surprise. It was hard to hide the expression on our faces because we were finally going to take this thing down. Pulling the 735 pound sub-atomic specter nullifier with gold platting was no picnic. It got caught on every thing, branches, pot holes and roots of trees.
The house was hiding in a warehouse. We had to draw it out into the open, because the Ghost Busters's had such high insurance costs. We lured it out with rolled up newspapers. It loves the sports section. We had it in our sights and I had the pleasure of pulling the trigger. That's all it took. It vaporized into a green mist. We drove off into the sunset. I thought I saw something behind us, but that is another story.