fi's so weird webpage

a modern shrine to my favorite childhood show

Letters from the Road

Fi's seen a lot of weird stuff on the road with her family! Here are some of her emails.
PS: These stories are fictional and were created as episodes of a paranormal TV show back at the end of the 90s. All credit belongs to their writers at Disney.

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Hey guys,

New Jersey is our next stop. Mom's got a gig in ATLANTIC CITY on Friday -- I guess that's the big time, sorta. But she doesn't want us to stay there; I think she's afraid one of us will gamble away the bus in a poker game or something. So Irene's booked us in this hotel out closer to the Parkway. Ned says he's been there before -- they've got some good parks and stuff nearby. Good thing for us -- I think we all need to stretch our legs. Plus I've been practicing my free throws, and I think I'm ready to blast Jack and Clu right off the court. As long as the NBA doesn't have a height requirement, I'm a shoo-in!!

Greetings from Jersey,

Or maybe from Tibet? We met a kid named James in that town outside of Atlantic City. He turned out to be my first time being TOTALLY WRONG about what was going on (suddenly I realize how easy it is to talk so loud you can't hear anything). Well, wrong about paranormal stuff, anyway. After something yanked me out of the way of a car that was about to hit me, I immediately assumed James must have PK -- psychokinesis -- even though he told me himself it wasn't him that had done it. It wasn't till I discovered this giant handprint bruise on my arm that I dug a little deeper and found out about tulpas. That's the Tibet part, Tibetan Buddhist mysticism to be exact; they have a belief that with enough concentrated thought, you can create an ACTUAL LIVING BEING. This woman named Alexandra David-NŽel was the first Westerner to do it. I guess James just went a little farther than any normal kid in making up an imaginary friend, and the whole thing got out of control. I think James is working on getting rid of the thing now. I hope we'll be hearing from him about how it's going.


Credit to Imagingings for the css & Credit to Disney Channel for the So Weird stories.