Karishma Khakhar, known as the Devil Woman, is widely believed to have powers that suck the life out of cars. Although many argue this is simply a myth, solid believers claim to have witnessed the life energy of a Fiat Punto being drawn into Karishma’s mouth, seconds before the car broke down in the middle of a crowded roundabout.
One of the passengers, Luke Smith, a sweet yong man who cannot ignore the temptation of the Bacon Roll or a Packet of Crisps,said I was totally sober at the time as I had not tasted alcohol for over 37 minutes at the time of the incident, statedin a Radio IRFC interview:
"It was gash... we broke down and ended up being late for dinner... it was that devil woman it was…her eyes they were glowing red when it happened"
As more and more unusual incidents arise around Karishma, support for the believers is growing.
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"Devil Woman" by Poison
For the song "Devil Woman" by Poison, see Hollyweird
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