A woman who dug up a large creepy ceramic object in her back yard (photos) received thousands of warnings from people on social media who told her to get rid of it immediately

& # 39; Bury it or burn it … call an exorcist & # 39 ;: the woman is stunned after digging up a & # 39; huge and heavy & # 39; ceramic sphere with the letters RIP etched in it

  • Kerri Moran had moved to a new house in Brisbane when she dug up the object
  • They has posted photos to a Facebook group to see if anyone knew what it could be
  • The responses varied. & # 39; It's what keeps pumpkin head underground, & # 39; said a user
  • Others suggested hiring an exorcist, throwing holy water on it, or burying it again

A woman digging up a large ceramic object in her back yard received thousands of warnings from people on social media who forced her to get rid of it immediately.

Kerri Moran had just moved to her new home in Brisbane, Queensland, when she was a & # 39; huge and heavy & # 39; had dug up a ceramic ball in the backyard, with the letters RIP

She placed photos in a Facebook group to see if anyone knew what the object could be.

A woman who dug up a large creepy ceramic object in her back yard (photos) received thousands of warnings from people on social media who told her to get rid of it immediately

A woman who dug up a large creepy ceramic object in her back yard (photos) received thousands of warnings from people on social media who told her to get rid of it immediately

Kerri Moran had just moved to a house in Brisbane, Queensland, when she was a & # 39; huge and heavy & # 39; ceramic ball in the backyard, with the letter RIP engraved in it (photo)

Kerri Moran had just moved to a house in Brisbane, Queensland, when she was a & # 39; huge and heavy & # 39; ceramic ball in the backyard, with the letter RIP engraved in it (photo)

Kerri Moran had just moved to a house in Brisbane, Queensland, when she was a & # 39; huge and heavy & # 39; ceramic ball in the backyard, with the letter RIP engraved in it (photo)

& # 39; I have no idea what it is, but my daughter hates it and says it is a bad juju, "she wrote.

& # 39; If anyone knows what this thing is, this would be the group to ask !! & # 39;

She was bombarded with possibilities.

& # 39; It's what keeps pumpkin head underground. Put it back, & a user said.

She quickly posted photos & # 39; s to the Facebook group & # 39; weird secondhand finds that just needed to be shared & # 39; to see if anyone knew what it could be, and was bombarded with possibilities. & # 39; It's what keeps pumpkin head underground. Put it back, & a user said

She quickly posted photos & # 39; s to the Facebook group & # 39; weird secondhand finds that just needed to be shared & # 39; to see if anyone knew what it could be, and was bombarded with possibilities. & # 39; It's what keeps pumpkin head underground. Put it back, & a user said

She quickly posted photos & # 39; s to the Facebook group & # 39; weird second-hand finds that just needed to be shared & # 39; to see if anyone knew what it could be, and was bombarded with possibilities. & # 39; It's what keeps pumpkin head underground. Put it back, & a user said

& # 39; A nice cookie jar with remains, & # 39; another said.

Someone else placed a link to an & # 39; antique African-American spiritual voodoo southern folk art memory jug & # 39 ;, which vaguely resembled the ceramic object.

Others had a more pragmatic approach.

& # 39; GET THE RID OF IT! & # 39;

& # 39; Girl, call an exorcist. & # 39;

& # 39; Put it back … the eeeep in the ground. & # 39;

& # 39; It has a spiral, starting with the trunk of a tree, I suspect the spiral is a path … it's a story. Parts are missing. (This is definitely a low-fire ceramic image – I notice it from the glaze), & a group member said.

& # 39; My guess is, it's the story of someone's life and death. It is possible that it is a home-made urn. I'd put it back. & # 39;

Others had a more pragmatic approach. & # 39; GET THE RID OF IT! & # 39; said a user.

Others had a more pragmatic approach. & # 39; GET THE RID OF IT! & # 39; said a user.

Others had a more pragmatic approach. & # 39; GET THE RID OF IT! & # 39; said a user.

After receiving 10,000 comments with advice, suggestions and warnings, Moran revealed she decided to end the secret once and for all.

& # 39; Thanks for the overwhelming interest and comments & # 39 ;, she wrote in an update.

& # 39; My garden smells of burnt sage, my house of vinegar. All precautions have been taken. & # 39;

& # 39; Anyway … I contacted my previous owner. & # 39;

After receiving 10,000 comments with advice, suggestions and warnings, Moran revealed she decided to end the secret once and for all. & # 39; Mystery solved, & # 39; she wrote in an update. & # 39; (The previous owner) said her son did pottery in high school a few years ago and forever & # 39; troop & # 39;

After receiving 10,000 comments with advice, suggestions and warnings, Moran revealed she decided to end the secret once and for all. & # 39; Mystery solved, & # 39; she wrote in an update. & # 39; (The previous owner) said her son did pottery in high school several years ago and forever & # 39; troop & # 39;

After receiving 10,000 comments with advice, suggestions and warnings, Moran revealed she decided to end the secret once and for all. & # 39; Mystery solved, & # 39; she wrote in an update. & # 39; (The previous owner) said her son had done high-school pottery a few years ago and forever & # 39; troop & # 39;

& # 39; Mystery resolved – (the previous owner) said her son did pottery in high school a few years ago and forever & # 39; troop & # 39;

& # 39; She would place them in the garden where the earth has claimed this piece.

& # 39; So now I can sleep again and have what I think is a really cool piece of art. & # 39;

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