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    M *jeremiah* posted Tue, 31 Oct 2006 17:48:00 GMT(10/31/2006)

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    Yeah, I was wondering how the smurf opens doors too. That little thing would have to make a running leap just to get to the knob.

    M.J. posted Tue, 31 Oct 2006 21:03:00 GMT(10/31/2006)

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    I know that in Mexico at the time smurf stories were rampant among the general population, not necessarily among JWs. Kind of like the chupacabra.

    M Dogpatch posted Tue, 31 Oct 2006 23:13:00 GMT(10/31/2006)

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    Urban Lorefrom the Watchtower World

    Dear Randy,

    I was raised a JW, baptised at fourteen, and left a few months before my
    eigtheenth birthday. And in that short amount of time as a young man capable
    of reasoning, I heard this gem:

    A sister moved into a house that was demon possessed. There was the "usual"
    of pan-throwing, book-throwing etc (why she never moved out when her own
    HOUSE was assaulting her, I don't know...).

    Then, one day, she sits in her living-room and challenges the demons,
    claiming she has God backing her up and with HIS power, she is too strong
    for them.

    The next thing she knows (I swear the person telling me this was serious),
    the sister was transported to a cave some place for several hours. Then she
    is transported back to her home, all by the demons.

    Rather an absurd one...

    James Harrison


    Dear Randy,

    I enjoy your site immensely and especially the Watchtower Urban Lore section- it is good to lighten up and have a laugh sometimes! of course way back when it was happening to us- it was not funny, but now it is hilarious!

    I have a true story to tell you first that you can include on your Lore page if you wish. This happened in a congregation in the Pacific Northwest in the early 90's. I knew a sister who, even tho she was only newly baptized, and had a history of
    pre-JW mental instability, decided she was definitely one of the anointed. Of course being menopausal and having a husband who was not a JW helped out her "proof" of persecution which just aced her claim as far as she was concerned.

    Well, one day she was having troubles and she remembered that she had not been sleeping well and had had some bad dreams, so of course it meant she had a demon problem. She identified the problem as being her vacuum cleaner. As the week progressed, the vacuum cleaner became bolder and more possessed until it would vacuum on its own without help from a human to push it or even plug it (in-musta' been a very clean demon.) Anyway she decided to keep it locked in the
    trunk of her car. (Now as I am re-telling this story that I know as first hand- I am realizing how utterly stupid it sounds, BUT when it was happening, putting the vacuum cleaner in a locked car trunk made perfect sense!) So this sister decided to take the vacuum cleaner over to an elder's house to see what he thought about it and to have a vacuum cleaner roast or something. The elder, to his credit, thought this sister was a "froot-loop" but he was very elder-ish and composed until she opened the trunk and he saw that the vacuum cleaner was...

    A DIRT DEVIL!
    he told me he nearly peed his pants!
    (true story nothing has been changed to protect the innocent vaccuum cleaner.)


    In the Louisville Kentucky congregation there was a couple, the wife was a regular pioneer, the husband was an elder and they had two kids, a boy and a girl. One night when the parents were practicing clean acts of reproduction little Mike runs from the kids bedroom with a pale face - IT ... IT'S THE MOUSE!! he stutters. When the parents run to the room, little Naomi was
    crying under the bed and in the middle of the room there was a Logitech mouse clicking vigorously and angrily at her. The demonic mouse was burned in the fire, although it was still hissing and double-clicking when burned.

    A brother that had been just appointed the Accounts Servant in Charleston, Georgia, had just came to the meeting from a computer show with his new mouse that was in his briefcase. He opened it to get his accounts report that was neatly stored between the pages of "Hustler" magazine, when the mouse suddenly jumped and tied his cable tightly around servant's neck. He fell from the seat from the shock and started running out, mouse cable strangling him. Brothers helped to release the poor brother with wire-cutters just before he would have passed out. Mouse was clicking vigorously. "It was like a rattlesnake back in Texas", one servant noted with a distinguishable accent.

    (courtesy of former CC, now Stacey B.)


    1) Around 1983 or 1984 Smurfs were the all the rage among the kids my age. Somehow stories got started and spread like wildfire about how the Smurfs were demonic. At first I wasn't allowed to watch the TV show because of the characters Gargamel, who was a wizard, and Papa Smurf who practiced magic, if memory serves. Then it became known that several JWs who had overlooked this and bought Smurf items began to have demon troubles. The one I remember best is a story I related to my JW neighbor's grandmother, who was "worldly" (my mom was furious that I told her this story because she knew the grandmother would think we were all nuts; of course, my mom believed this story, so I guess we were nuts!) Supposedly, a little girl had been given Smurf curtains for her bedroom and the first night the evil Smurfs were there, she awoke to find they had jumped off the curtains and began dancing around her room, laughing demonically. 2) About the same time, Michael Jackson's Thriller album came out. Our JW neighbor had a daughter who was about two years old. The neighbor had left the channel on MTV when she left the room. She suddenly heard the baby screaming and rushed into the living room to see her daughter pointing at Michael Jackson in werewolf makeup in the Thriller video, screeching "Dirty face! Dirty face!" This was taken as proof in our congregation that this video was demonic (hello? spoof on horror movies? anyone?) as was Michael Jackson, most likely. My Thriller cassette and my neighbor's album were promptly destroyed. The King of Pop was disassociated not long after.

    AK

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    1. Back in the mid 50's the story was going around that Hershey's chocolate bars were made with blood. Witnesses claimed that was what gave the chocolate the dark brown color. For a few years, not one JW that I knew would eat a Hershey's chocolate bar! Back in those day Witnesses were very paranoid about eating blood. The rumor in Michigan was that cattle and pigs were being electrocuted and therefore could not be bled properly. Witnesses for some reason seemed to accept this, but they were more paranoid about chickens and turkeys. So, instead of buying birds from the local supermarket, my parents and several other Witnesses would venture a short ways outside of Flint, Michigan and purchase their foul from a retailer that would kill and dress them on the spot... in front of you! My younger brother and I would watch in amazement as the chickens got their heads cut off, blood running out of the neck, turned over and their guts were wrenched out by hand. They were then dipped in hot water and the feathers were removed. Sure, this was much better for young kids to watch than taking a chance of getting an electrocuted chicken at the grocery store! After a few trips to the blood and guts market, they started to by foul again from the local supermarket.

    2. There was the rumor of the sister going from door to door in the preaching work. One day she knocked on a door and a man greeted her. Unknowingly to her, he was a rapist! A few minutes after she left the door, he was arrested. When asked why he did not rape the Witness woman, he said it was because of the two large men that were standing behind her. The story was the sister was working alone, and the two men were angles who were protecting her! I heard this story from several Witnesses, but none knew the woman personally.

    3. The story was a couple of sisters started a study with a woman who was into demonism. All of a sudden, during the study the table with their books on it began to shake violently. Suddenly, it rose a few inches off the floor and settled down again! The sisters left the house, never to return.

    Ty Scharrer

    Randy,

    I was raised JW...3rd generation. We lived in a small town in Mississippi. My older brother had a facination with magic and ventriloquism. In some of his tricks, I was his "assistant." I knew that the trunk had a false bottom, and all the other secrets. My brother was told that he was going to be demon possessed and that he was exposing me to it too, unless he stopped "courting" the devil. And, he paid another of my brothers a dime (understand that this was years ago) to let him push his face in a mud hole he (my older brother) had fixed up... then he poured plaster of paris in and made a casting. We all knew how he did this and who the model was, but he was told that the dummies he made could be possessed by demons and that they would use him for evil. He never stopped inventing magic tricks and has two "store-bought" dummies now. So far he hasn't been possessed.

    Ann

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    Listen To Me You Demonized Woman!

    There was a very zealous and a bit out spoken Sister Reed. She would talk back at the JW brothers if she thought something was wrong. She never thought it out of line but important to make thing clear. Well, the local elders could never get the last word in when sitting her straight on any matter. So they thought, let's let the district overseer try to handle this one. And so finally a meeting was set up and Sister Reed sat down and with a confident smile asked "what's the matter??" "Why do you want to talk to me at this special meeting?" Well, that district overseer could see that she was bold and didn't let anyone put her in a defensive position. The words began to fly, and she was getting the best of that overseer, you could see, he clearly didn't have the words to close her mouth. She of course was smiling and he was progressively getting plan "MAD" not angry just "MAD". Well, infront of us other brothers he didn't want us to see his lack of self control get out of hand. But finally, he completely lost it and took off one shoe and waved it around above her head and said "If you don't shut up, and listen to me you demonized woman, I am going to hit you with this shoe." Pretty, serious stuff, violence was his only solution. When Sister Reed saw this, she confidently stood up and corrected the brother on his actions and walked out. Of course this Brother Anderson, finally cooled down and said she was demonized.

    Phil Benson

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    Jumping Pots and Pans

    A Bro. Bob Craig told me that when he was on missionary assignment, that the demons would scatter the pots and pans in the missionary home every night. The next day they had to clean up and set things straight before going out in their daily activities. This was on the Island of Granada.

    Demonized Clothes

    Some of the older, way back, JW brothers would never by there clothes at the Goodwill stores or any used clothing store. They new for sure you would become demonized. And so we never told them where we bought some of our clothes. Most of the pioneers and less fortunate JWs are at these Goodwill Stores everyweek nowadays. That means their all demonized.

    Phil Benson

    Demon Patrol

    When I arrived at the Philippine Branch office of WT, in 1960, they informed me that the old Spanish house and compond was brought cheap because no one wanted it. This is where the Japanese soldiers confined and killed many Filipinos during the war. At night you could hear screams, evidently the demons. Many human remains were uncovered while doing gardening. The hole that held the machine gun could easily be seen in the floor of the dining room just under the chair of the branch overseer Leone. Some of the local people around the ouside walls of this Bethel home, told stories about a glowing woman that would patrol around and around at night. I never saw her but we were often times looking over our shoulder when returning late at night.

    Phil Benson

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    Smurf story:

    Paul's Uncle Mark, who is an elder, told him about an occasion that apparently happened in his congregation involving a smurf doll. As the story goes, a new family who had just started studying, were attending the Saturday meeting with their young son. Half way through the meeting , the smurf doll apparentley stood up and declared, " I have had enough of this shit!" and walked out of the meeting on it's lonesome. So it seems even smurfs can detect crap when they hear it ! LOL!

    Big guy angel story:

    This story is so popular amongst JW land ! The story goes that two sisters were out witnessing , knocked on some guy's door that had just killed his wife. Later on when the police finally got the dude, he was asked why he didn't kill the two sisters, to which he replied, " Because they had two big blokes standing behind them'. OOhh freaky! We live in Australia, it was funny for me to read a similiar story on the net about the guy who had just killed the Avon lady, but left the lone sister alone for basically the same reason !

    Throwing away demonised objects:

    Paul's father bought his mother a geisha doll back from Japan. After recieving this doll, things started to go wrong within the marriage, and eventually they went their separate ways. Mother blamed the doll for the start of the marital problems. Mother started smoking the day father left , and had been DF. Mother started a new relationship with her now-elder-husband, and the day she threw the doll away, she gave up smoking.

    Kylie

    During a Sunday talk, an elder related this urban legend:

    A group of JW teens attended a big worldly beer bash without their parents’ knowledge. At the party some kids were playing with a Ouija board, and dared the JW kids to participate. One of them asked the board if it feared the name of Jehovah’s Witnesses. It replied, “No, we have their children.” This scared the miscreants so badly that they ran home and told their parents what they had done.


    Another Smurf tale:

    A JW family decorated their son’s room with Smurf wallpaper. Shortly afterward they noticed that the kid was covered with tiny red marks one morning. Mom asked if he had felt any bugs in his bed. He said, “No, the smurfs come out of the wallpaper and bite me at night. In the daylight they’re cute and smiling but at night they have sharp teeth.” Those tricky blue devils! So Mom and Dad had to rip down the wallpaper and redo the room. And naturally the wallpaper wouldn’t burn without lots of gasoline.

    Hi Randy,

    There was a story going around years ago about a Sister who lived in Tennessee, worked the night shift, and walked through a cemetery as a short cut to work. One night, she encountered a "worldly" woman who approached her and asked the sister if she'd escort her through the cemetery, since she was afraid of walking through it alone after dark. The sister replied "Why yes, I'll be happy to walk with you. You know, I used to be afraid of cemeteries too, when I was a part of the world." Whereupon the "worldly" woman fainted unconscious to the ground.

    Cheers...
    JIM

    Cereal Demons

    As kids, my friends and i went through the "cereal conspiracy." Anybody remember "boo berry", "count chocula", or the antichrist of cereals, "lucky charms"? My mom let us have them all but boy did she get grief from all the other moms and even an elder approached and talked to her about having satanic types of cereal in the house and what would it do
    to us kids, Satan would get ahold of us and we would be out of the truth!... Well, maybe he was right!!

    jeffrey

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    Hi Randy,

    Here's some true "smurf" stories (i myself witnessed):

    Smurf Story 1: One fellow Witness woman I knew was very paranoid about the "demonic" nature of the Smurfs. Occasionally, she'd babysit for her neighbors (who were "worldly") and who often played with their kids in a "smurf" kiddie pool. The Witness woman never allowed the kids in the pool while she watched them, always feeling as if the pool might make the toddlers slip and fall or try to drown them.

    Smurf Story #2: One Witness mother brought her 3 year old to the supermarket, where the baby always fussed, stuck sitting in the shopping cart. The woman left her child for a few seconds to grab things off the shelf. When she returned, her child had a 3 inch Smurf bendy toy. The good Witness mother immediately took the doll and put it aside, thinking her child grabbed it from somewhere. The taking of toy made the child cry of course, but the mother would not relent. However, over the course of the shopping trip, the child somehow gained access to the toy two more times. The third time, the mother realized that the doll was following her and her baby and that demonic forces were trying to possess the child. The mother grabbed her kid, left the cart and practically ran from the store. Later, I who was employed at the supermarket, discovered one the employees who was stocking shelves kept giving the child the toy so it wouldn't fuss so bad.

    "Demonized artifact" story: One young couple reported they were having a problem with things "disappearing" around the house. Car keys, money, etc... They began to feel paranoid, unsafe, as if a "presence" were in the house with them, oppressing them. Finally they dug around in the attic and found... (dramatic pause)... a rolled up American Flag. As soon as the flag was put in the garbage... both man and woman felt as if Jehovah had indeed saved the day by leading them to the "evil demonized artifact."

    Henry

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    Hi Randy,

    1) an elders wife told me that when her 2 boys were little they had a neighbor who was into "spiritism"( I believe it was astrology) they helped this neighbor with some sort of building project one day. This neighbor was also a camera buff and took a picture of her younger son as he was hammering in a nail and gave her a copy as a gift. She claimed that the little boy started acting differently when she brought it into the house (he was behaving too well). She was immediately suspicious, and tore the picture up. She claims the child went into convulsions and blames the "demonized" picture for trying to possess him. And no, he was not seen by a doctor, I was made to feel silly for asking!

    2) an elderly couple related a tale of buying a beautiful stained glass lamp (described in mind-numbing detail) from a woman who was into tarot cards. Unspecified "strange things" started to happen and they destoyed the very valuable, hand-crafted lamp.

    3) a woman told me a story of buying a rocking chair at an antique shop which she claimed gave her children horrible, gory nightmares so she returned it to the shop. She claimed the owner wasn't suprised, said three other people had bought and returned it for the same reason. Well, I hope they help, I've got many more. I was told never to buy anything at a tag sale because it could be demonized. Never to buy origional artwork for the same reason. I did hear about the smurfs but in the past tense.

    Blessed be,
    Heather

    I used to have nightmares. It was this:

    I would be in bed, the room was pitch dark. I could not move, speak, and barely breath. I would have to say "Jehovah" aloud before the demons would release me. I would wake my husband trying to cry out. He would sometimes try to wake me, but could not. There were times it even scared him. I would be moaning in pain and fear, until I finally said "Jehovah", then I was released. These dreams all quit when I quit putting my trust in the organization. I pray that they continue to leave me alone.

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    BCZAR2ME posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 00:17:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    Before one of his concerts John Denver asked if there were any JW's in the audience and asked them to leave. My mother threw away all his albums when she "learned" of this.

    bczar

    F Ex-Jo Ho posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 00:49:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    That smurf thing is hilarious!!! I remember being a young Jo-Ho at the time....that story scared the crap outa me! Thanks for reminding me of that..now I can laugh!

    M cheen posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 00:57:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    On the smurf incident. I heard that it was lunchtime when the "demonized" smurf jumped out of the womans purse, as it ran out the door it collapsed, then the demon spirit jumped into a herd of swine(five obese JW's standing at the buffet line,this was when food was served at the assemblies) They in turn ran out the door, jumping in front of the nearest bus carrying none other than 50 satanists who were o their way to a satanic convention. lol

    Chameleon posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 01:46:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    Hah, I've heard that John Denver story, but now it's Shakira instead of John Denver.

    And the smurf leaving the Kingdom Hall story too, except the version I heard was with a treasure troll. Remember those ugly bastards?

    M Hellrider posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 15:17:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    ET was of course demonic. I was in 4th or 5th grade when it came out (I think), no cinema for me. I only vaguely remember the smurfs being mentioned, but didn`t know the story before I came on jwd. As for the sister knowking on that serial killers door, there were many variations of this story too. And how about those horrible metal bands? The story was that the band KISS was short for "Kids in Satans Service" and the band WASP stood for "We are Satans People". Basically everything that was popular among the kids at school was demonic or wrong, one way or the other. Whenever I had a little money, I would go buy these little candy-"bags" (don`t know the english word) that had some candy and KISS-cards in them. The other kids had posters on the wall and the albums, I had little KISS-cards in secret...oh the joy of jw-childhoods...

    M james_woods posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 15:23:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    Hellrider, you sound like the sort of person who would turn an old Beatles album backwards on the turntable to hear the satanic imprinted message hidden thereupon...

    Kill your mother, Kill your mother, Kill your mother...

    M Abaddon posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 16:05:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    I think this thread shows a terrible lack of faith in our fellow man.

    We weren't there; just because talking ambulatory stuffed toys without technological enhancement do not walk and talk in our personal experienece doesn't mean they cannot do so! Let's not be so closed minded!

    We have the testimony of credible Witnesses. We all know people of faith cannot lie or be deceived, or even be mistaken due to the strength of their beliefs.

    What more do we need?

    The fact scientists will deny the existence of such Smurfs means NOTHING. They cannot prove the existence of such smurfs!

    Beside, they are not looking FOR the existence of such Smurfs, and are in control of what is labelled as evidence for such Smurfs... so obviously they can;t prove the existnece of such SMurfs.

    vanillamocha posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 16:16:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    I was not allowed Smurfs because of the legend, nor trolls. Barbies were encouraging sex worship. Star Wars and Star Trek were encouraging us to accept demons on earth. Fantasy the same - demons were taking on physical form just like Noah's day so it would invite demons into our home. Of course, anything that contained lecithin was actually derived from blood (bread, chocolate, candy) so that could not be eaten. I can't remember the rest. Tons of stories about angels and witnessing - the two guys and more.

    M Clam posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 16:26:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    One of our local myths (or was it?) involved pioneers visting a house where the daughter was behaving similar to Linda Blair in the Exorcist. Desparate - the mother asked Jehovah's people to help out. One of the pioneers asked to search the house for items that may have attracted the diabolical entity. What did he find? A Christmas tree in the attic! Removing the pagan symbol needless to say had the demon choosing other victims, and the householders lived happily ever after.

    It would make a crap film though wouldn't it?

    silversurfer1 posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 17:00:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    Jeremiah - I remember this "smurf" story. I was living in Baltimore at the time, maybe in the mid to late 80's. The version I heard placed the Smurf in a KH. All the parents at the time reacted by making sure their kids were'nt watching the Smurf cartoons and would not by the smurf figures.

    I've heard various "demon" stories all through my life as a JW. I think they get passed down and really distorted or imbellished over time to the point of really being ridiculous.

    M enlightenedcynic posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 17:22:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    John Denver???......Shakira????...never heard them mentioned in that way, but I do remember folks talking about Earth, Wind and Fire attempting to do a levitation act during one of their concerts, failing, and then making an announcement that all jw's were to leave the arena immeadiately!!!


    ec

    silversurfer1 posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 17:50:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    BCZAR - I heard the same thing, but it was Earth Wind and Fire (not John Denver) at a concert in Fayetteville, N.C. back in the late 70's or early 80's.

    M Hellrider posted Wed, 01 Nov 2006 19:22:00 GMT(11/1/2006)

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    Hellrider, you sound like the sort of person who would turn an old Beatles album backwards on the turntable to hear the satanic imprinted message hidden thereupon...

    He he, no, but anyone who was 10 years old in 1983 would automatically be fascinated by KISS. Those scary masks, catching tunes, cool costumes, fireworks on stage...they rocked, man. I got to see them live around six years ago, but I think I had gotten to old, it wasn`t as fantastic as I had imagined 20 years ago. Well, well.

    F XU posted Thu, 02 Nov 2006 02:49:00 GMT(11/2/2006)

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    I heard something about the John Denver story. He did that because there was a married JW sister who was sending John some naughty pics of herself and she became somewhat of a stalker, and he was so disturbed by her behavior that he didn't want those freaks at his concert. It upset his upstanding morals too much. Imagine that!

    aniron posted Thu, 02 Nov 2006 07:37:00 GMT(11/2/2006)

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    Why was the thing about Smurfs so prevelant in USA?

    My kids used to watch them on TV. Others in the congregation had the toys or at home cups with Smurfs on them.

    It was only when I first came on this forum that I ever heard anything about "demonic" Smurfs. I nearly fell off my seat laughing. Thinking "typical Americans." I told a couple of JW friends about the Smurf getting up and walking out the KH. They too found it highly amusing. Not that they didn't have their own stories about things being "demonised" they were usually based on things bought second-hand or given by unbelievers to a JW.

    We had the story of the sister calling on the man etc and seemingly being protected by two invisble men. One question asked here was "Why was she on field ministry on her own?" Also been told that story by Mormons and read it in a pamphlet from the Moonies. Its become one of those apocraphyl stories everyone uses.

    All this stories have usually things in common. They happened to someone somewhere, but no one knows who or where, or it happened to a friend of a friend of a friend.

    F Wolfgirl posted Thu, 02 Nov 2006 15:05:00 GMT(11/2/2006)

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    A sister(working by herself for some reason), knocks on the door of a killer or rapist to offer the good news. She makes her presentation and talks for some time with the man, gives him some literature and leaves. As she is leaving, a patrol car passes by the house and recognizes the man as a suspect they have been looking for. The officers jump out and arrest the man on the spot. As they are on their way to the precinct, one officer asks the man why he didn't attack the woman who was talking to him.. The man's reply........? "How could I when she had those two large men standing there with here!"

    I believe this actually made it into the literature. I do seem to remember reading it, complete with one of those old crappy drawings they used to use in the late 70s or so.

    F LisaRose posted Mon, 06 Nov 2006 23:30:00 GMT(11/6/2006)

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    My daughter was totally terroized by the Smurf thing. Her Grandma told her about it. We had to throw away all the Smurf toys that day. I thought it was BS at the time, but she was so freaked out I had to do it anyway. She was about 8 at the time so that was '83 or '84. I heard the John Denver story too.

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