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1. They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky, they're EdenCancan, and they've just won an account to launch The Ghost Bus Tours to the consumer and tourism press in the capital and beyond.

The Ghost Bus Tours is apparently London's first bus-based ghost tour of London using a black Routemaster containing spooky characters who act as guides.

2. M&C Saatchi Sport & Entertainment was blown away while on the set of a new viral ad featuring Thierry Henry being made for its client Reebok. However, like all good PR professionals, the team managed to maintain its composure while under fire.

3. Who's that girl with 'love rat' James Hewitt? Is he up to his old tricks again? The Daily Mail certainly assumed as much when it pictured them together at his bar, The Polo House on the Golden Mile in Marbella, and suggestively dubbed her 'a friend'. In fact, it is Natalie Whitlock of Full Portion Media, Hewitt's TV agent.

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