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Is Tom Cruise Trying To Lure Katie Holmes Back With Scientology Posters: Creepy?

Katie Holmes

Talk about an interesting piece of gossip for a Monday morning, right? According to Page Six, it looks like Tom Cruise might be missing his family and is trying to lure back ex-wife Katie Holmes back into his arms via a few Scientology posters at her Subway stop. The paper is reporting that there are about three Scientology posters mysteriously plastered on the walls of Katie’s New York City subway stop and strangely enough they are only there. So, is Tom trying to send her a message?

Here’s what we’re reading:

Katie, look out behind you! After escaping her marriage to Tom CruiseKatie Holmes has been publicly showing us that she’s just a normal single mom in the city, even hopping on the subway at West 23rd Street this month. But Chelsea spies tell us that at the very same station where Katie hopped the E train, a series of posters has gone up advertising Cruise’s favorite religion, Scientology. “Searching for answers to life?” the poster says above a hunky Cruise lookalike staring at the Empire State Building from a balcony. “Scientology. Know yourself. Know life,” the poster says. A source told us that the poster campaign does appear in other subway stations, too, but, “at all the hundreds of stations in New York, this is the one where three Scientology posters went up.”

So is this creepy? Yes, absolutely. But on the other hand, it looks like Tom is really missing Katie and their daughter Suri Cruise and is trying to get them back without having to leave his sacred religion. Something tells me that those posters get washed away with Hurricane Sandy in the next few hours, so you’re good, Katie.

What do you guys think?

Photos via PacificCoastNews.com

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