Haunted Driver’s Ed

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Big Jim
- 6/28/2018 9:01am


Haunted Driver's Ed is back! For a limited time, Haunted Ed has returned from his automotive netherworld to offer Psyhigh students the finest in eerie driving skill training. Can you speed through the bardo? Find a shortcut through Limbo? Which color lights are best to avoid? What are the best negotiation techniques for the 42 Divine Judges? And where exactly is this "Highway to Hell?"

Haunted Ed will reveal all--and more! Haunted Driver's Ed is free for all current and former students. Signup in the administration is open now, but don't delay--these spots will fill up fast.


Big Jim
Student Activities Coordinator
Class of '99

Gabrielle Slyme
- 6/29/2018 7:02pm

Is there an age requirement for Haunted Driver’s Ed, @Big Jim? I skipped Psychic Middle School so I am younger than most students.

Big Jim
- 6/30/2018 2:42pm

Haunted Driver’s Ed is open to everyone from ages 9 to 99, @Gabrielle Slyme. Certification not valid for driving in some jurisdictions, nor as legal identification in certain reality backwaters. Haunted Ed has warrants out for his arrest in several of these.

Remember, this course is free for all current and former students, and a great way to expand your horizons this summer term. Sign up today in the admin building!


Big Jim
Student Activities Coordinator
Class of '99

Belinda Blip
- 7/2/2018 8:48am

Who else was up all night because of the hot-rodders tearing around campus? Where was campus security?!! No mufflers, rumble and pop and screeching rubber all night long. I couldn't get a license plate because of the smoke and burning rubber but there were at least a dozen hopped up cars with flames and lowered chassis and hood scoops. I almost got hit right outside my dorm. This is a nuisance and a danger and I'm so upset I'm manifesting nails right out of my mouth.

- 7/4/2018 4:20am

anyone help me im young

Haunted Ed
- 7/4/2018 12:53pm

I told you kids to stay away from the dull smokey-colored lights! That’s rule number one—stay with the bright lights only. This was in the written part of the test!!

Ok, so is it the dull bluish-yellow light? The dull red light? Green? Ah wait a minute we’ve got you on the scanner. I’ll send the Diamond Vehicle to pick you up, @lolawolf666, but whatever you do DO NOT leave your vehicle until we arrive.

Elbert Santiago
- 7/6/2018 8:09am

How am I supposed to answer this?

4. It is a dark and moonless night.You are parked near a shallow river and hear a woman crying. She is calling for her children. You see her, dressed in white, floating just above the water.

a) Go to her. Help her find her children!

b) Activate Witchfinder GPS

c) "Hop in, Lady! We're going for a ride."

Serafina Wolfsbane
- 7/6/2018 9:06pm

I'm new here but as a witch myself I think I can help you answer this one.

The answer is b) Activate Witchfinder GPS

When witches are searching we occasionally float and/or levitate to help us get around faster. Also, its easier to float above the water instead of swimming through it. In this case, the witch was floating to find her children as soon as possible.

Golden Jimenez
- 7/9/2018 8:30am

I thot all those Witchfinder gizmos got recalled because of the haxxors and hackerz and pwning. My grandma always says you’re better off not mixing magic and mech like that anyway.

Serafina Wolfsbane
- 7/10/2018 9:28pm

I agree with your grandmother, @Golden Jimenez

Whenever one mixes magic with mechanicals something is bound to go wrong. But according to my memory, The Psy High Driver's Guide mentioned to use Witchfinder GPS with caution. Unfortunately, however, it didn't specify how to.

Despite being a witch, I don't know quite much about Witchfinder GPS nor have I ever interacted with it but I imagine it'd be useful, right?

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