No, that's not a statement pertaining to the current condition of The Penthouse Nordic (unfortunately), but rather a quote from the film "Poltergeist."
This year marks the 25th anniversary of what is now considered by some to be the definitive "haunted house" movie, and one that helped seal Steven Spielberg's reputation as a writer-producer-director. (Spielberg's "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" was released the same summer.)
I've lost track of the number to times I've seen this movie, but it's been often enough for me to have developed a pretty good impression of Tangina, the medium who attempts to cleanse the Freelings' home of the restless spirits that have possession of their youngest daughter.
And while I don't have time to share my talent for mimicry via an audio entry right now, I did come across a really cool online-interview with Zelda Rubinstein (the actress who played Tangina) that includes some mp3 audio clips. Enjoy! (I'm off to see if I can rent the 25th Anniversary Edition of the film!)