Ghostly Evidence

Ghostly Evidence
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  • What Is a Ghost 
  • Haunted Places 
  • Ghost Hunters 
  • People who believe in ghost think they are spirit forms of those who have died. A psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert explains why some people believe in ghost "It provides comfort" he says. Paranormal investigators say spirits can take on a variety of forms.   
  • supernatural hoaxes
  • The Davis house has served multiple roles, including as a hospital (where many people died) and as a hiding place in World War 1. The house has been popular with paranormal activity. Anger and confusion are the nest most likely emotions connected to ghostly activity. 
  • paranormal experiences 
  • A group of people have claimed to have a direct connection with the dead. Today many paranormal investigations embrace science and use a variety of tools in an effort to find solid evidence to prove ghosts are real.  Sometimes they would try to get a recording of the ghosts voice.
  • Facts about Ghost 
  • Many twenty-first century paranormal investigators are sincere in their efforts to collect ghostly evidence, but this hasn't always been the case. After the Civil War and World War 1 phony performers  saw the grief-stricken as piggy banks. If these con artists could convince the grieving to pay for the special skills they offered- the ability to talk with or photograph the dead. 
  • Many activities have been interesting but not very convincing. For example, cold spots inside a bedroom turned out to be drafts of air coming from the frosty skylight just outside the bedroom door. Creaking floors were evidence of old,  weather houses, not hauntings. Debunking the so called proof of ghosts was relatively easy in most cases. 
  • 1. Ghosts give you a cold feeling when they pass by. 2. Things might fall off shelf's randomly without noticing. 3. You might hear something weird.  4. Sometimes if your recording it you might hear single words or short phrases 
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