Are you one of those people who spent all their lives searching looking for their soulmates, but failed to find them?
Well, everyone seems keen on providing details about how horribly, tragically, mysteriously or suddenly they died, so you could go with that, or if you’re really feeling creative, you could write about how you plan on spending eternity, and how interested ghosts would fit into your plans.
Haunting houses together, scaring the life out of small children, that sort of thing.
Don’t forget to mention the year you died in, your height (both when standing and floating) and add a photo of your living self.
No matter what those pesky Ghostbusters say, ghosts don’t photograph very well.
Instead of worrying about serious issues like lack of time for a real relationship and financial problems, all you need to think about these days are questions like “does my butt look too transparent” or “if a person died in the 1850s and I died in the 1920s, does that make them too old for me?
” You can meet other single and lonely dead folks through Ghost Singles.com, a fantastic website dedicated to all the ghosts out there, no matter what century they died in.If you’ve ever dreamed of dating someone like Marylin Monroe, Marie Antoinette or even Cleopatra, this is your chance.Wondering what you should write in your Ghost Singles bio?If you’re feeling reluctant to join, feel free to start by going to the online chat room and get to know other like-minded ghosts.Registration on Ghost Singles is free, but they ban any living person trying to get access to their database of the dead, so don’t even bother if you still have a pulse.For further questions, you can get in touch with the ghosts behind Ghost Singles through a gypsy with the help of “tea leaves in the shape of a goat”, through a psychic , and strangely enough, even by email.