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Fan tells Paul O’Grady to move house after star discovers ‘cursed’ creepy item in garden

Paul O’Grady shared a very unusual item he found in the garden with his Instagram fans on Sunday, with many of the star’s followers claiming that the creepy mystery jar was filled with hair is something buried by the witch who previously owned his house.

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Paul O’Grady made a macabre and haunting discovery while doing a weekend gardening job – prompting concerned fans to joke that he should put his house up for sale.

The presenter, 65, took to Instagram on Sunday to share a snap of her “creepy” discovery on her campus – a small bottle of green liquid containing a portion of braided hair !

This has already been dug around in the garden,” Paul began with a passion for the strange discovery.

It was a small jar containing a lock of hair that had been twisted into a braid. The hair looks red, but any liquid in the bottle could have been fading the hair color for years. ”







Fans of Paul O’Grady were quick to advise the star about the creepy find
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Many followers of the star suggest that the mysterious bottle may have something to do with Wicca .’s activities
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The Birkenhead-born comedian revealed his plans for the unusual item when asking fans what they thought of the mysterious jar.

“I haven’t opened it yet and have no intention of doing so, in fact I’m going to bury it again because it’s not only weird but also a bit spooky. Do you know what it is?” Paul considered his 688,000 followers on Instagram.

“Oh my! Yes, get that AGAIN on the ground real quick!! Oops!!” Andi Oliver wrote to the star, adding: “It’s about destroying some old magic… back to earth!!”







Some followers told the dog lover to bring the ‘haunted’ house to the market
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“Put your house up for sale,” advised one fan, adding: “It’s a witch bottle…. Bury it and move house.”

Many people seem to believe that the bottle had Wicca connotations and was used as part of a spell or ritual.

“It’s a witch’s bottle, buried to protect the occupants of the house and used as a protective talisman. It can be filled with urine and some alcohol. It’s basically a spell. bottled uncle,” suggested one of Paul’s followers below the star’s photo.

Another had similar thoughts, writing: “I think there are some Wicca traditions that remove the dead person’s hair because they believe it still contains their soul. Also, braiding the hair. hair is sometimes used in buildings to make amulets. I’ll bury it x.”







Paul enjoys the super moon at the end of the evening
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After sharing the first image of his Tet discovery, Paul has continued to update fans on what he’s done next with the mysterious jar.

“Thanks for all your comments on this, whatever it is, I buried it in the woods. Tonight is a super moon and tomorrow is my birthday so I don’t have any chance.” cautious star commented on Sunday.

Paul went on to enjoy the super moon on the eve of his birthday – sharing a moment he looked up at the night sky as the moon shone brightly.

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