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So, /x/. Ghosts have been coming up more and more in my thoughts lately, and I'm in the mood for a ghost general. Post anything ghost related here.

I'd like to get some good discussion going, so, feel free to answer any of these questions;
+Do you believe in ghosts|haunts|spirits?
+Do you believe such things can physically effect a human?
+How do you/don't you think such things can occur?
+Why do you/don't you think such things occur?
+What makes you skeptic?
+Have you ever believed in ghosts?
+Have you ever thought you saw a ghost/spirit/etc.?

Feel free to ask your own questions. I'll be periodically dumping links, images, and videos related to ghosts in the thread in an attempt to get some "quality" threads going
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This is not a ghost, it's Chico.
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>>15052238
>Feel free to ask your own questions. I'll be periodically dumping links, images, and videos related to ghosts in the thread in an attempt to get some "quality" threads going

ill hook you up right now with some crazy old pics


http://www.crystalinks.com/photo.html
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This is a Gif but it's NOT a jump-scare/screamer. Its a comparison between two pictures during a family's lunch at a resort in Austria. the very tangible bust of a woman suddenly photobombs the second picture.
I'm working on links. For right now, here's some "haunted shit" to keep you interested. It's gonna be weak until I get myself together.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcseQc-4UgY
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_reportedly_haunted_locations
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_of_Glasgow
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghosts_of_the_American_Civil_War
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amityville_Horror
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Witch
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Aggie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BobA5ujHkvU
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Thats no ghost, its just that faggot kid from MGR showing off his nanomachines
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>>15052326
>>15052368
Oops, forgot my trip!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Lady_(ghost)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Book_(ghost)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridgewater_Triangle
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Pearl_Bryan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crybaby_Bridge
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diana_of_the_Dunes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSXVQlg22dc
The youtube video is undeniably got some shit in it but, eh.

Pic: A woman was vacationing at seven gables, got a pic with a "ghost boy" in it.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophia_Eberlein
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenbrier_Ghost
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griggstown_cow
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reportedly_haunted_locations_in_Washington,_D.C.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haunting_of_the_Octoroon_Mistress
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_legends_of_Indiana
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Bush_(ghost)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln%27s_ghost
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN9nAJT3SwM
(Sallie House EVPs)
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Here's some non-reading links, for anyone who just straight up doesn't like to read.

http://watchseries.lt/serie/a_haunting
http://watchseries.lt/serie/ghost_hunters
http://watchseries.lt/serie/ghost_adventures
http://watchseries.lt/serie/the_scariest_places_on_earth
http://watchseries.lt/serie/Yami_Shibai_:_Japanese_Ghost_Stories
http://watchseries.lt/serie/Yami_Shibai_:_Japanese_Ghost_Stories_2
http://watchseries.lt/serie/the_dead_files
http://watchseries.lt/serie/Haunted_Encounters:_Face_To_Face
http://watchseries.lt/serie/most_haunted
http://watchseries.lt/serie/celebrity_ghost_stories
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>>15052238
that's not a ghost, it's something called "nigger", go look it up, it looks human but it's actually a smarter monkey
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>>15052238

>Do you believe in ghosts|haunts|spirits?
I want and I tend to believe, but I'm not 100% sure.

>Do you believe such things can physically effect a human?
Yes, but ghosts have a very limited physical power.

>How do you/don't you think such things can occur?
>Why do you/don't you think such things occur?
When the body dies, it release the soul. This soul is supposed to go to a certain place but sometimes it gets stuck. It's generally because theses souls are bound to something or someone, or because they can't find peace since they witnessed something horrible or died in a very tragic way.

>What makes you skeptic?
No scientific evidences and theories.

>Have you ever thought you saw a ghost/spirit/etc.?
I may have saw spirits, but I probably didn't.
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>>15052326
Most of these ghost pictures don't even begin to phase me, but this one makes me really uneasy.
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Sorry Friends. Got sidetracked on Bestgore.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Morgan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niles_Canyon_ghost
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percival_Goodhouse
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Polly
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnie_Quay
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_of_Queen_Esther


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0AYYDBX6_E

(Cemetery EVPS)
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Hey guys can ghosts only show up on film pictures? or can they be seen on like a phone picture
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>>15052544
>No scientific evidences and theories.
Interesting! What would you consider to be scientific evidence, if you don't mind me asking?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Lady_of_Huntingdon_College
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resurrection_Mary
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ridgeway_Ghost
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Fe_courthouse_ghost
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slag_Pile_Annie
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>>15052589
I've never heard it said that they can't show up on digital pictures. Any sort of camera would work, I should think?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnIN9w3Nk8w
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>>15052615
that was a good video

I hope your right, I feel like ill be missing out on ghosts wihtout a real camera
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summerwind
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vivia_Thomas
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamie_Thurman
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Headless_Mule
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baldoon_Mystery
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Headless_Nun
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Louis_Light

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWW9SU7E4Dc
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Reportedly_haunted_locations_in_Canada
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botan_D%C5%8Dr%C5%8D
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghosts_in_Chinese_culture
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_Festival
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mogwai_(Chinese_culture)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barghest
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Lady_of_Bradley_Woods
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Black_Monk_of_Pontefract
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Shuck
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluecap
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borley_Church


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK398L8brYs
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borley_Rectory
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_Lady_of_Raynham_Hall
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cauld_Lad_of_Hylton
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Clouson
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cock_Lane_ghost
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dando%27s_dogs
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drummer_of_Tedworth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nk8ytOLU8yI
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIvIWJbzimo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enfield_Poltergeist
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Fool_(spirit)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Godolphin_(poet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Reportedly_haunted_locations_in_England
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hairy_hands
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammersmith_Ghost_murder_case
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herne_the_Hunter
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexham_Heads
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Russell,_Lady_Russell
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>>15052602

That would imply a ghost sighting recorded simultaneously with different devices in a controlled environment by a reputable team of scientists.
They would have to provide an explanation of how such thing is possible and this explanation has to be supported by experimental evidences.
And they would also have to prove by various means that the ghost is sentient and have a human memory.

I don't imply that this would be possible nor that the ghost existence is unlikely until we have scientific evidences. But we can't be absolutely sure until a successful similar experiment is conducted.

By the way, if you have any links to share about serious scientific experiments and explanations about ghost, I would be very grateful.
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Ghosts and other dark entities are created by your mind. The more you humor the idea of their existence, the greater the risk of 'seeing' one. Don't stroke the schizophrenia cat my friend, it takes a long time to fix.
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>>15052748
http://listverse.com/2009/01/29/top-10-bizarre-afterlife-experiments/
http://www.unmuseum.org/ghosts.htm
http://www.angelsghosts.com/ghosts_scientific_proof

Sorry this took so long, I was looking for something specific for you... Some old gory thing about the soul leaving the body. Pretty little Korean girl recorded decomposing so scientists could try and watch her soul come out.

>>15052786
Schizophrenia isn't anything to fear.
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Come on, /x/, is no-body going to post but me?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfyGlANzMoE
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>>15052326
That one's fucking creepy because you can clearly see that she's in the foreground, and yet there's nothing below the table. That haziness makes it look like she's moving, too.
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>>15052238
>Do you believe in ghosts|haunts|spirits?
More than I feel I should. Like a lot of evidence points the other way, but my gut says that there's shit in the world that science just isn't tackling properly.
>Do you believe such things can physically effect a human?
If they exist in the physical world, perhaps.
>Why do you/don't you think such things occur?
>How do you/don't you think such things can occur?
Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if different ghost sightings are different things. Some might genuinely be the indisposed spirits of the dead, others natural phenomena not yet officially recorded and some are probably waking hallucinations. As an aside, I believe that ghosts that are a product of the mind are just as much ghosts as a 'real', physical being would be, as, in the moment, there isn't much difference, and you'd be an idiot to say that hallucinations can't affect a waking person.
>Have you ever thought you saw a ghost/spirit/etc.?
Once, at the age of about 13 (so it might have been over-active imagination, I don't know)
>In house, alone
>Bathroom doors have this stained-glass stuff on
>Go for a shit
>Sit down, leave door open
>Keep hearing this growling noise, pass it off as imagination
>wipe ass, sit for a while to read a book
>Keeps happening
>Look up
>A doppleganger of my grandmother is standing there
>Arms raised up
>Pupils the size of Jupiter, like a shark
>Sharp teeth
>nope.gif
>fall off seat, look up
>nothing there
>Call parents, tell them I'm going to Grandad's for the night
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>>15052976
Yo, anon, thanks for the dump.

Can you point out the ghost on this pic, please?
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>>15052238
I believe in ghosts.

I was present at an unexplained mass sponge migration.
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>>15052326
There's something really strange about this... like the way the women on either side of her seem to have shrunk and moved apart to let her in or something... can't put my finger on it
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Well, OP, these are all the purported hauntings from round my neck of the woods. Yorkshirefag represent.

http://www.haunted-yorkshire.co.uk/westyorkshire.htm
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>>15052828
Thanks.

>http://listverse.com/2009/01/29/top-10-bizarre-afterlife-experiments/

Interesting, I have heard about the "Dead Weight Experiment" but I wonder if it has been replicated. And I will probably dig a little about the scole experiment.

>http://www.angelsghosts.com/ghosts_scientific_proof

"Using advanced scientific equipment to analyze sound waves believed to be made by ghosts during haunting, Dr. Colvin has found that these sounds are strikingly different forms when compared to known noises created by people, animals, or anything else found within our world. The paranormal acoustic wave forms have no conventional explanation by Dr. Colvin or his fellow scientists."
Seems promising, I will take a look at his work soon.

>>15052976
Sadly, /x/ is way less active and interesting as it used to be.
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>>15052238
>yes
>yes
>i believe they're phased into our realm from whatever realm they exist in, whether they're doing it intentionally or not
>no idea, just a guess
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For all the ghost experts out there, I have a few questions:
90% of all humans were hunter gatherers, why aren't there any 'cave man' ghosts?
Surely there would be a lot of them right?
If there have been many many times more people who have lived and died than are alive now, surely we would have many billions more ghosts than people alive currently, so why have I never seen a ghost?
I should see the streets flooded with ghosts, I should not be able to see anything but ghosts, what's with that?
If a person dies as a baby, does that baby turn into a ghost?
Is that baby stuck being a baby or will it 'grow up'?
I've heard of animal ghosts, such as people seeing their deceased dog or whatever,
Can animals become ghosts?
If so, why haven't I heard of dinosaur ghosts?
Why would some animals become ghosts and not other animals?
And for that matter, do plants become ghosts?
If my tomatoes in my garden die, would they become ghost tomatoes?
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>>15053594
>90% of all humans were hunter gatherers, why aren't there any 'cave man' ghosts?
>Surely there would be a lot of them right?

No cause they're all out hunting and gathering
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>>15053599
Does that mean ghosts need to eat?
What do ghosts eat?
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>>15053614
Nah. But they think they need to.

They're out chasing these animals but cant grab them or use their weapons cause they're hollow shells of their self
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>>15053211
Holy Shit, leave to nurse a migraine and return to replies!

The supposed ghost is on the balcony in the upper right hand side of the pic.
I'm on mobile now, so the question is what you guys want to see. I'm effectively bedridden, but, I can still try to snoop around for "ghost videos" and shit, but link dumps would take a while.
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>>15053751
Haven't even read thread. But migraines are nasty. Keep strong spooky anon
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>>15052386
>woman reportedly drunk at the time
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>>15052743
"I have no idea how to explain this!" said a man who understood nothing about photography.
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>>15053594
I feel like we dont have 'cave men' ghosta becausethey didnt really attach to anything. Cave men were neanderthallic and worked primarily off instinct, to my knowlege, andso, I dont think they'd be stuck in this world because of a lovers dispute or a stolen music box or something, you know? They don't have most of what the the ghost we've come to know and love require/use to stay in this world. They don't have an emotional/mental anchor.

Same with babies. They would have to be toddlers, and therein develop attachment to anchor to the world of theliving.

As for the tomatos.... Surprisingly, you might have ghost tomatoes IF YOU LIVE on a quartz deposit. It could record your tomatoes.
Sorry for typos, mobile is a bag of asses.
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>>15053594
Not a ghost experts, but I will do my best.

>90% of all humans were hunter gatherers, why aren't there any 'cave man' ghosts?
Surely there would be a lot of them right?
Ghost don't stay indefinitely on earth, sooner or later, they move to another place or their energy dilute in the atmosphere. Most of the times, they only stay for a few days.

>If there have been many many times more people who have lived and died than are alive now, surely we would have many billions more ghosts than people alive currently, so why have I never seen a ghost?
>I should see the streets flooded with ghosts, I should not be able to see anything but ghosts, what's with that?
Only a very few of deceased people turn into ghost and they generally don't remain very long on earth. Moreover, they tend to stay in a specific area, and usually, they manifest themselves rarely, faintly, for a short time and during the night.

>If a person dies as a baby, does that baby turn into a ghost?
I don't think so. A ghost is generally someone who has gone through a traumatic experience. A baby is to young to understand a traumatic experience, don't have a good memory, and he is not even conscious of is own existence. I think the youngest ghosts must be at least two or three years old.

>Is that baby stuck being a baby or will it 'grow up'?
A ghost keep is appearance after is death.

>Can animals become ghosts?
Yes, but it is more rare and they would be fainter than a human ghost since an animal soul is less developed than a human one. I think it have more probability to happen if the animal is bound to a human, in example a dog dying at the same time as his master with his master turning into a ghost.

cont...
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>>15053977

>If so, why haven't I heard of dinosaur ghosts?
Same as for caveman ghost

>Why would some animals become ghosts and not other animals?
The bigger the soul of an animal is, the bigger are the probability it can become a ghost. The size of the soul depends of his overall intelligence, his ability to thinks and understand physical and social mechanism, is ability to construct a though, resent emotion and to communicate with his specie, whether he is conscious of is own existence or not, and so on...
For example, dogs, pigs, primates, octopus and dolphins probably have greater chance to become a ghost than cats, cows and jellyfishes.

And for that matter, do plants become ghosts?
If my tomatoes in my garden die, would they become ghost tomatoes?
I don't think so, plants may have some kind of soul, but they are different than animals one. Maybe a plant can leave some type of residual energy, but that would not be considered as a ghost.
The only exception would be that this plant is bound to a human ghost. For example, if someone die while carrying a bunch of flowers, he may still hold it when becoming a ghost in the same way he keeps his clothes.
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>>15053938
I agree, and it also applies to animals.
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Maybe ghosts are something inherit to the development of sapience and the nature of consciousness, in some way.
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>>15054011
What an interesting though... That would assune they're a constant in any sentient community? Does that mean that animalson a higher intelligence spectrum, such as Dolphins or apes, could have ghosts?
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>>15053938
So, when then did people start becoming ghosts?
17th century?
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>>15053594
>If my tomatoes in my garden die, would they become ghost tomatoes?

top kek
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>>15054027
Maybe.

Personally, I believe that even if ghosts are mere hallucination, inventions of the brain, they're still incredibly real; perhaps not in the tangible sense that some scientist and parapsychologists would wish for, but in that they are a product of the human soul that do manifest from extremes of emotion and experience.
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>>15054032
No no, much earlier than that; but as we develope newera.d newer technologies, I think ghosts from older times lose theability to contact us in understandable ways past maybe thumps. Plus, a ghost that speaks a dead language (sumerian, high germanic, etc) wouldn't understand any questions asked. As time progressess, older ghosts would become less and less able to use new energy sources and would eventually not be able to gather energy at all. Their sould would be trapped here with no way to communicate.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUCZseoexpo&feature=youtube_gdata_player

More evps
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>>15054049
Ah, like in the way that it's theorized that Poltergeists are the result of emotionally disturbed teens? If I'm following you, you're implying a psychological projection of strong emotions, correct? Like, If you miss grandma enough, you'll see her?
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>>15054078
Yep, pretty much. The problem is that most scientists, at this point, would state that ghosts have been disproven and that it's 'just' a psychological phenomenon, while I believe that it would be something of a confirmation of our spiritual elements and abilities.
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>>15054107
If there's true physical activity, I don't get the Psychologist's point of view on Poltergeists; They deny any sort of Levitation or telepathy as possible, but when mass amounts of witnesses can attest to things flying, being grabbed or smacked, pulled, doors slamming, an unknown, unseen presence interacting with the physical world... If it's not a ghost, and they call it a psychological phenomenon, but Telepathy can't exist, then what the fuck do they hope to explain it as?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xzpqJfTYRM
(Headless Ghost)
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>>15054049

>Personally, I believe that even if ghosts are mere hallucination, inventions of the brain,

But if that was the case, how can you explain that these ghost can be record with a camera or a microphone, and especially when these devices are recording when nobody is around to "project" this ghost.
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The first thing you need to realize is that a ghost isn't actually the spirit of a departed human. A ghost is a kind of servitor, a psychic snapshot created by a fearful person who is about to die a sudden and violent death. The trauma of death causes the victim to achieve gnosis, and in their final moment they involuntarily perform magic. It's basically a "clone" of the person who created it, a manifestation of the most primal and powerful impulse of the human mind; the survival instinct. If you've ever read a book on Chaos Magic you understand where I'm coming from.
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>>15054161
In Prometheus Rising, Wilson talks about "mass hallucinations" and how skeptics are always eager to dismiss anything paranormal as a hallucination/mirage/psychological thing... even when THOUSANDS OF WITNESSES all report the same thing.
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>>15054170
That one is interesting. With sound evidence only, it's likely just to be...ah, crap, I can't remember the term, but you know that thing where humans associate patterns with faces and speech? That.

With film, I honestly can't say. A lot of the time, it's probably fake, but I've seen cases that have stumped me.

Anyway, I'm not saying that ghosts necessarily ARE just hallucinations, but that if they are, that still counts as real to me.

>>15054177
The problem with the idea of mass hallucination is that the exact same image being fabricated by the brains of multiple people is just as extraordinary as a claim as ideas of spiritual beings.
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>>15054214
>The problem with the idea of mass hallucination is that the exact same image being fabricated by the brains of multiple people is just as extraordinary as a claim as ideas of spiritual beings.
Seconded! On a separate matter, what do you all think about demons and stuff? Like, see people using the terms demons interchangeably with ghosts, I think. Like, haunted Items and whatnot. Where do you think the line crosses between something demonic and something that's simply a ghost?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcP7QIFN4p4
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>>15054249
The demonic, for me, has two main definitions. One is that it is a malevolent force, that causes mischief and misrule at best and outright harm and death at worst. The second is that any apparitions and manifestations show no links to the constructs of the human world in appearance, and are usually more monstrous.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6xVp2F3mdk

Here's some fun stuf. Aokigahara ghost hunts with a ~REAL~ psychic!
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>>15054249
yeah but what about the Dybbuk Box demon seems the most apt term for whatever is trapped in there.
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>>15054286
True, which is why I'm interested. Is it a demon possession of an object and not a human? Or is it just a ghost attached to an item that's malevolent?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvefG7dJ3gM
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>>15054214
> I can't remember the term
Expectation bias maybe ?

Also, an other problem with your theory would be haunted house. If a house is haunted, the ghost would leave or disappear if the owner move or die.
But this is not what happens, usually the newcomer notices weird thing even if he didn't know the house was supposed to be hunted.

But I agree with you on the rest. Most of the ghost video are probably fake and they could exist different type of ghost and some of them may be a pure product of the mind.
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>>15054317
That's because ghost videos net money. We live in a money driven world, my friend. That's why it's best to make connections, form bonds, and trust people who go out to do these things and not fake them. I'm thinking about doing some EVP sessions in my house, but I don't know if I have the balls for it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVNJuL7qsdo
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>>15052433
Are you from Indiana/the Midwest by chance Anonymoose? I grew up in northwestern Indiana, I've heard about the Diana of the Dunes stories my whole life.
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>>15054337
Ohio, if that counts, but the far side by PA unfortunately.
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>>15054249
Personally, I consider demons and ghost are two different things. For me, a demon is an egregore: a product of the general consciousness whereas a ghost is the spirit of a deceased human (or as >>15054172 said, a copy of this spirit.)
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>>15052326
it's just a developing error, I'm not an expert or anything, but in high school we had photo classes I took where you develops your own negatives and photos, this would happen from time to time.
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>>15052238
That's not a ghost, that's a nigger.
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>>15052743
ORA ORA ORA ORA ORA ORA
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L237h-l9kH4

Still around, folks, and I gotta say... For all of you preaching about "summer", how /x/ has become shit and there's nothing good, I'm surprised you're so reluctant to try and keep thread going.
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>>15052238
Mediumfag here. To tell the truth, I didn't realize they were spirits until someone told me that they couldn't see the person(s).

Yes, spirits are capable of physical harm, but they have to focus emotional energy into it. Check out the movie "Ghost" to see what I mean.

Some spirits believe that they still have a body even though they have been dead for awhile.

BTW, animals spirits are real too even the cockroaches. You stomp on them, but they continue moving around while other people think you are a crazy person.

What else would you like to know?
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>>15053594
I haven't heard of ghost tomatoes, but I have heard of ghost headstones where graveyards are transformed into recreation parks.
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>>15052474
kek
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>>15053980
There was a cat ghost in an apartment I lived in. Just a black house at me and my roomies would hearrun up the stairs or catch sfyight of the tail as it rounded the corner. My skeptic roomie saw it sitting at the bottom of his stairs one evening. He blinked and it was gone.
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>>15055951
*sigh* typing on a screen is not my forte.
*black house cat
*catch sight of
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>>15055969
How do you know it wasn't just a regular cat? Cats can be pretty damn ghostly.
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>>15055984
We looked everywhere for a place it could have gotten in and found nothing. Plus, when my roomie saw it at the bottom of the stairs, it would have had to run up the narrow stairwell and past him because the door at the bottom was closed.
Also, if it was living he would have known because he's severely allergic to cats.
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>>15052386
I feel real dumb but I don't see the boy in the circle. Is it just really faint?
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>>15056018
I always thought there was some cat demon at my mothers place. When i was a kid we had two cats. Both of them would just flip out and attack you for seemingly no reason at times. They were fine most of the time but it was like they were possessed. They would jump right at your face. I had a lot of nightmares about cats too, though thar might be because of me not really trusting and fearing my own.

One day though I woke up to a cat on my chest staring at me inches away from my face and I swear it had a human face. Kind of like an old mask, kind of wrinkly. Probably just drowsy i guess... like now.
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i used to believe but then i learned that seeing shit that isn't there is a form of schizophrenia, so i stopped believing because my family has a history of similar mental illnesses, and i dont wanna trigger a dormant gene
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>>15053635
Shouldn't we see hunting ghosts innawoods then?
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>>15052238
Dude, your ghost is just a nigger, never saw them before?
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>>15052703
Oh boy this pic, it's the only ghost picture they don't have an explanation for, and there's no reason to just photoshop a guy in the back just because, i mean that guy was just posing for a picture
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>>15053938
I don't know if they were neanderthals, but I remember watching a program a long time ago saying that early hunter-gatherer humans would bury their dead. To me that suggests they can mourn, and if they can be attached enough to mourn then couldn't they become ghosts?
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>>15053594
>dinosaur ghosts
>>15053594
>ghost tomatoes


bls no, im actually really fucking glad those don't exist or haven't been spotted where i live
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>>15056148
No. You're the most intelligent one here. You're not seeing things that aren't there.
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What's some shit running around Rhode Island these days? Also, I've got something in my basement and my uncle keeps poking it. How do I get rid of it?
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>>15056491
Heh, well that's reassuring.
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>>15052238
http://cryptidz.wikia.com/wiki/Nameless_Thing_of_Berkeley_Square

Pic related is the book I had when I was a kid. It had a story called The Berkeley Square Horror. Always freaked me out.
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>>15056654
Also had this one. Funny enough, had a spooky incident while reading it.

>In room, sitting next to bed reading book
>Hear a whisper behind me, "Hey"
>Think my little brother's trying to get my attention but not knocking on my door. It's early morning, maybe he doesn't want to wake dad in nearby room.
>Look under door but can't see any feet or shadow of feet.
>Da fuq?
>Look behind me, nothing
>Put book down, leave room for an hour.
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>>15052238
I've been watching paranormal shows for a while now, and I've started liking Ghost Adventures, but mainly out of the brohumor and how off-topic they get with their paranormal ideas.
But /x/ hates them, I don't understand why. I'd assume it's the evidence, so can anyone just explain what I should be saying "that's false" to? I can understand EVP's being simulated, but what about the radio sweeps, the anomalies on nightvision, the Kinect software they've used?

Is this true for all paranormal shows like this?
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>>15054161
They didn't see it, but the camera did. Certainly the cameraman would have reacted.
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Why is it that ghosts are always associated primarily with Christianity? Just because I believe ghosts are plausible doesn't mean it's tied to a religion. I have zero faith in the idea that people are taken over by demons, just a form of energy that can make them "unstable". The whole anointing oil and the cross holds no sway.
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>>15056712
I think it's just in countries like America where there are a lot of Christians. There's ghost stories from Japan, but most of them aren't Christian.
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>>15056688
I don't get this myself, I personally like those shows but it's true that they have to feel the time slot with evidence, so some of it is said to be scripted. I'd actually say GA's EVPs are the least credible, but out of all the paranormal investigators on TV they usually have the best visual evidence. I couldn't tell you if their footage caught on camera could be false, and frankly I doubt it.
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>>15055619
Tomatoes likely don't hold an emotional value, but a gravestone can come to be as valued as a living person, so they could linger if there was enouvh sentiment, to cause an anchorage.
>>15056688
Radio sweeps can also be simulated. You have to understand how easy it is to slice out static on a shitty radio and put in some "ghost voice" to fake evidence. Kinects aren't even good for gaming, considering you have to recalibrate them every twenty goddamn seconds, and nightvision is just is just nightvision.

>>15056748
Theres a whole ... THING where people attach their religion to everyrhing. It's just got to do with society nowadays.
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>>15056712
I'm willing to go out on an analytical ledge and infer that at least 98% of all "demon posessions" are fucking fake. They're probably just christfags, kid gets rabies or some shit and they chalk it up to "posession".
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>>15057630
>Kinects aren't even good for gaming
>Nightvision is just nightvision
Man, I dunno. Using laser detection and custom software in their realtime Kinect footage seems mighty impossible to fabricate. They've even shown it in realtime while filming, so I doubt those are fake findings; they're hitting something that appears and disappears.
As for nightvision, they have found a few moving anomalies, even with infrared camera and thermal. I fail to see how the bro adventures crew has the capability to fabricate visual data in an environment with proprietary software. Even if their audio samples are probably fake, their visual evidence has always been debunked from what I've seen. Why does /x/ give these guys such a terrible rep just for possible fake EVPs?
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>>15053614
Actually spirits are capable of eating. They eat spiritual representation of food and can sit at the table when there is a place for them to sit.
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>>15054032
No, my guardian spirit is a knight from the 14th century.
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>>15057652
I give everyone claiming to be a go be a host hunter bad rep, its just in my nature I supposed. The kinect's "Laser Detection" is actually just infrared light that the human eye can't see. the "custom software" can legally be called such if they put a comment block with the word "fart" in it... Like, I've never seen a reputable ghost hunter. I don't trust people not to make shit up for shiggles, you know?
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>>15052238
Generally, I am a skeptic, but there are 3 things in the South I do not fuck around with:
The Bell Witch
Her cave
The Bayou
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>>15058653
See
>>15052368
What exactly makes the Bell Witch so scary?
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>>15058662
you ever been to her Cave?
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>>15058673
Nope. I can't afford to travel, and I live in the safety of northeast Ohio-- where nothing happens but murderers and druggies.
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>>15058716
>Nope
We'll talk after you have. Seh's got a bit of a temper with skeptics though, so don't go in there challenging her.
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>>15058730
I don't think I'll ever get to go, seeing as though I'm incredibly cheap.
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>>15057630
I've never seen a ghost show in America where people attached buddhism to ghosts.
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>>15058730
I've been to the Bell Witch cave just last year. Some fucked up energy in there.
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>>15058967
That's because there's no Buddhists in America. Quite literally one in a million, maybe. There's no reason a self-righteous god-fearing christfag would think to impress Buddhism on something.

>>15059080
It's probably from the Indian burial site, but I don't get how the cave comes in. I read the Wiki page for the Bell Witch and she just is made out to be a stalker/murderer? It never even says she lives in a cave. I went to the site and I'm just lost about all of it, I don't get why she's so "scary".
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>>15059080
If you don't mind me asking, can you describe your experience, please? Did you witness any paranormal activity? How did the Cave feel?
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>>15059100
Have you ever once seen buddhism relate to ghosts? Especially in the way Christians do? I haven't.
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>>15052326
Stuff like this only happens when the camera screws up the exposure. In the first image the flash went off, freezing the motion. The flash did not fire in the second image and likely had a much longer exposure. The longer the shutter is open, the more blur or artifacts can become visible. It's either the same woman who moved or a totally different woman who was out of view or hell even in the bathroom in the first image.
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>>15059143
Also
>>15056712
>Why is it that ghosts are always associated primarily with Christianity?
>>15056748
>I think it's just in countries like America where there are a lot of Christians. There's ghost stories from Japan, but most of them aren't Christian.
>>15057630
>Theres a whole ... THING where people attach their religion to everyrhing. It's just got to do with society nowadays.

If there's a whole thing about religion and ghosts shouldn't we see it in more than just Christianity? If we're only seeing it in christfags, it could be because we're Muricans.
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>>15059128
I felt like someone was watching me, particularly when I was standing around the center of the cave with open area all around me. Also, the constant dripping of water added to the atmosphere. Nothing happened overtly, except that I swore I heard rocks splashing as if someone was walking while we went further. But that just could have been the amplified acoustics of the cave. Also, I hate that I don't have the camera nor the files on me, but we took pictures and there was an anomaly on one of them. Couldn't explain it. It was like a mist.
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>>15052238
I didn't realize mad thadd was out of jail
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>>15052238
Do not believe in ghosts or that they can interact with physical world.

Almost every shred of evidence can be explained in a matter of minutes.

I DO BELIEVE people experience strange things that they believe to be real. It's happened to me. But never to the extent of proving anything paranormal.
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Ive got a toweltergeist in my bathroom
I know that sounds ridiculous but when I get up in the morning and go to the bathroom pretty often the towel from the towel rail is on the floor. It happens in patches, like most days for a week or so and then doesnt happen for a couple of weeks and then starts happening again. The first few times I didnt think anything of it but when I started to notice it as weird I would actually check that the towel is evenly draped over the rail so theres no way it could just slide off due to one side being heavier than the other and it keeps happening. Ive just had a quiet period when it didnt happen for a while but the last two days the towel has been on the floor both mornings
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>>15056688
I honestly can believe the radio sweeps. I would like to see more people use it.
I was actually going to try and bring one on my next "adventure" if you will
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>>15059769
I like to psych myself out into believing it, and It's cool how they put some unusual stuff in there... like saying OH WE HEARD "THE" THEN "FUR" AND THEN "LAUNCH", SO THE GHOST MUST HAVE HAD A FUR COAT THAT WAS THROWN OUT...........
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Why hasn't there been serious scientific research into things like apparitions and ghosts?

It's only been a phenomenon rumored to be true universally across all cultures forever. With people claiming startling anecdotal evidence constantly. How hard would it be to send a legitimate research team into an allegedly haunted area to find anomalies or some shit? Is there really no one who would fund this research?
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>>15059871
its because when they do look they find nothing.
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>>15059950
This.
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>>15052828
None of those are even remotely credible sites. Sponsored top level domains or gtfo
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>>15060032
Top level domains have better shit to do than report on this. You'll have to get over it.
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>>15052238
Here is a personal story
>Brother and I visit dad at his super old house in DC
>We have to share the guest room
>2am on first night, brother and I just talking
>hear footsteps approaching the door
>footsteps stop and door opens wide
>NOPE NOPE NOPE
>we jump out of bed and check the hallway and room
>go back to bed shitting our pants
>nothing else happened while we were there


I also lived in a haunted house for about 4 years when I was younger. The haunting was pretty much only upstairs and the dogs would refuse to go up there and freak out at the bottom of the steps sometimes. It wasn't super horrible, just feelings of something watching you, someone calling your name when noone is home, and one time a mirror breaking. My brother and I had rooms upstairs and our mother never believed in ghosts and still doesn't. She had her room downstairs
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>>15060303
Oh man, DOGS. DOGS AND GHOSTS lets talk about that. My dog likes to stare up our staircase and zone out, start growling like he's getting ready to attack. It's fucking creepy.

But yeah, It could have been someone checking on you that left taking slightly different path? The receding footsteps might not have creaked.
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>>15060216
>Top level domains have better shit to do than report on this.
>Like which celebrities have gained/lost weight.

Right.
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I've got a few ghost stories for you guys. In my hometown of Perth Amboy, NJ there is the Proprierary House. It is the last house of it's kind throughout the entire original 13 colonies. It is where the royal governor of NJ, appointed by the English king himself, lived. That house has a long history of being haunted, to the point where TAPS investigated it (but I don't really follow them because eh). Look at this place, it doesn't look like much right? This shit is intimidating to see in person. You drive down the street and it looks like nothing, but stop in front of it and get out of your car and bam. The actual size of the place hits you like a truck.

First things first, Ben Franklin's son William Franklin lived in this mansion until he was very publicly arrested for remaining loyal to the English crown. His dad didn't care, and that was the end of William. They say he haunts the place and there is an off feeling whenever his story is told because the place is a museum now. On the side of the right side of the building, there are a few rows of windows. In the 1800s some guy through his nephew out one of them and the kid of course died from the fall. People see his apparition often in the window he was thrown from. Then you have that weird door just floating on top of the one you actually go in to go inside. There used to be a balcony there and it is said that when the balcony collapsed, a woman had been standing on it and she died from the fall. People see her in various windows just staring out at the streets.
>cont. in next post with personal experiences
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>>15061641
first things first, ***Proprietary House
story in relation to the little boy apparition:
>be me in 4th grade on a field trip with my class
>kind of bored but interested in going because even at that age I was obsessed with American history and I'm psyched that the site is actually in the town we live in
>in a school bus because there are like 30 something of us kids in the class so the school wasn't comfortable with that many of us walking about 10 minutes away
>driving down the street in the direction where we can see the right side of the building and the bus is parked
>as we get out I notice what looks like a weird little boy staring out at the window for a good few seconds and then he disappears as if he walked away from the window
>we get inside and we go on the tour throughout the building "this is the very room George Washington slept in during his stay here in Perth Amboy, etc." and I'm confused because we aren't allowed to continue the tour up on the level where the little boy was seen because its personnel only
>"why was that kid up there?" I have to piss so another employee takes me to go and before I go in I ask her, "why aren't we allowed to go upstairs? I saw a boy looking out."
>she looks stunned at me for a second and then smiles at me and says we'll talk about it after I use the bathroom
>asks me what window I saw the kid in and I point it out and she gets super excited and begins to tell me about all of the ghost stories of the house, including the specific little boy I saw

That was when I was introduced to the ghosts of the Proprietary House, and helped shape me into the ghost loving nut I am today.
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>>15061684
Nice! Is there a lot of limestone in that area? It could be a kind of recording rather than an attachment, unless she eplained what he might be anchored to or whatever?
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>>15061963
Right now I'm actually not sure, but possibly because there is an old cemetery closeby that dates back to the 1600s at least (rumor is some of the headstones were damaged during a bombing by British soldiers from the Raritan Bay). This cemetery is said to be haunted by ghosts of the Revolutionary period.
I know of another cemetery in Perth Amboy, called Alpine, that is haunted as well and there are tons of limestone graves there. The high school is near that area and there is a ghost of a boy there that apparently sits on top of his headstone and watches football games in Water Stadium (the school's field). The woman at the Proprietary house never explained why the ghosts may be there, but employees complain that suddenly they get sick feeling in the room of his window and in the main lobby of the house, and after leaving those rooms they feel fine. The lobby presence is believed to be William Franklin.
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>>15062026
eIt could be those "Infrared tones" or whatever they're called... dont quite think theyre infrared seeing as though that refers to a nonvisible color in the spectrum, but its a tone just below audible range that can vibrate your eyesand make you hallucinate and shit. Old pipes can rattle andmake it, as well asfaulty electronics and old vents, and its found naturally in low lion roars.
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>>15052474
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>>15056447

>hunting ghosts innawoods


no, its 2spoopy
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look OP I catched a ghost on film, what do you think?
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>>15065192
fUCK IT I'LL DELETE THE GODDAMN OP IMAGE FOR FUCKS SAKES
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>>15065205
or not, considering "You can't delete a post this old!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maWBtKs_NTY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veZAv2kzViI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcQdP0YxAfk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcQdP0YxAfk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q7d_yJlz3w

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoVQs0GLlUg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTA-cCUMtAo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ytF0_8mcVQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZlCsDkrzX0
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Make me shit my self scared
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>>15059871
Those billionaires would fund the weirdest shit but not a legitimated ghost hunting.

Fucking WHY
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>>15054348
Ayyy ohio fag good to see ya
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>>15052703
the instant i enlarged the pic i got chills all over
fucking creepy
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>>15053938
This is a really great explanation, exactly what I was thinking, also thank you for all the contribooshins
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>>15066779
Just doing my part.

>>15066102
ayyy lmfao
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9jdbVHWX-E

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Az4nkJm5q-k
(USE HEADPHONES, 3D AUDIO SEANCE :D )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enVAjZxrD7o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imv9YVUkJPs
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>>15052238
That's not a ghost, that's just a really good photobomb.
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>>15059148
This. Babbies don't know photographic film.
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>>15052386
>Oops forgot my trip!
WHHHYYYYYYYYY
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>>15067995
BECAUSE FUCK YOU THATS WHY
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>>15055589
Are headless cat real? I saw once when I was an early teenager. Ghost scares me but ghost animal is a different level of disturbing.
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>>15068030
If it was a ghost cat that had no head, then it could have been real, yes. People are viciously cruel to animals and beheadings aren't excluded to what they'll do to one.
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>>15052238
One time I was jerking off and all of the crotch got very cold while the rest of my was really warm. Ghost BJ?
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>>15068104
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>>15058730
Been there. Nothing happened. I spent the whole time flirting with a scared qt.

Nothing happened there either unfortunately.
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>>15068126
This is just a screenshot from the Sillent Hills game teaser. Try harder faggot.
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>>15065981
Who was the guy who said if anyone could give him proof of the supernatural he'd give them a million dollars or some shit like that
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>>15068130
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>>15070066
oh god
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I was a skeptic until a malevolent entity started attacking me and my friends.
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>>15052703
It's just a fucking guy crouching down. Come the fuck on.
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>>15069993
The Amazing Randi
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