Dating for Paranormal Believers
ParanormalMingle.com is a bold new website aimed directly at the crowd who are convinced there is more going on around them than they are being told.
According to its strange spokesman, called The Gatekeeper, “There’s a great common bond amidst today’s daring and inquisitive singles. They are fascinated by things dark and that whiz through the skies. Once they pass through my gates, they will experience a whole new venue for singles willing to face the unknown. Once there, I will make sure they find others who share their curiosity. People who neither accept death as the final end, or that spirits don’t haunt houses, or that ours is the only planet in the universe in which life exists. With such shared interests and beliefs, I as The Gatekeeper, have little doubt, those who enter my domain will find soul mates.”
According to Roger Dextor, ParanormalMingle.com’s “human” spokesman, “ParanormalMingle.com will also function as an ongoing source of information pertaining to the supernatural and the unknown. Our on-site newsletter will provide controversial stories that many newspapers do not print and that many radio and TV stations do not report. We will do so regardless of how much pressure is put on us or how revealing our stories may be.”
Dating industry observers believe that ParanormalMingle.com may have a very lengthy and bright future. Judging by the kinds of upcoming television series, games and movies, interest in the supernatural and the unknown continues to run at an all-time high.
These observers point out that it is a reliable reflection of what currently is capturing society’s greatest fascination. If so, this new dating site is sure to attract a steady flow of new members.
According to Dextor, the site will be free to join. He invites everyone to check out this unique new venue. “It’s simple, our name gets you there. Be it for a quick visit or a lengthy stay, just click on the URL and you will be welcomed by The Gatekeeper.”
Want to pull a paranormal hottie? Then log on here.
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