A Conversation for Ghosts

Ghost

Post 1

Jenni,c

HI
I think that your article is really cool, there's a scientist some where that says 'ghosts are vibrations of air praticals like when you flick a ruler on a table and you see a 'solid' shape.' Personaly I think this is a load of rubbish! But then again I've always belived in ghosts so?
SE YA
Jenni,c
Keep Smiling :') :')


Ghost

Post 2

Rook

I also feel this is a marvelous article. There are a number of ghost books published for my area of Canada covering Alberta, British Columbia, and The Rockies in general. They're always an entertaining read, but not something I'd recommend reading home alone in the night.

I've only had a couple of minor 'ghostly' expriences myself, but they were enough to convince me that 'ghosts' aren't something to merely scoff at.

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Post 3

Rook

I also feel this is a marvelous article. There are a number of ghost books published for my area of Canada covering Alberta, British Columbia, and The Rockies in general. They're always an entertaining read, but not something I'd recommend reading home alone in the night.

I've only had a couple of minor 'ghostly' expriences myself, but they were enough to convince me that 'ghosts' aren't something to merely scoff at.


Ghost

Post 4

Lisa the Freak // Poet by the Toga

the power of Christ compels you!

*smirks*


Ghost

Post 5

Barneys Bucksaws

I grew up in a haunted house, so I believe in ghosts.


Ghost

Post 6

Twenty-First Century Schizoid Man

An interesting facts about ghosts-they don't exist. Period. Full stop. That's waht i think. If I actually see one, my opinion might change, but till then, my opinion on everything-nonexistent until proven existent.


Ghost

Post 7

Rook

If you refuse to believe what you, yourself, have not seen, then do you believe in India? Do you believe in China? Tibet? Los Angeles? New York?

Alpha Centauri?

Do you believe in germs? DNA? Atoms? Quarks?

Where do you draw the line? I've seen none of those things, and none of those places, but I believe there's a strong possibility in their existence.


Ghost

Post 8

Jamie of the Portacabin

I agree. It's just that a hell of a lot more people claim to have seen India than claim to have seen a ghost. Or at least I should think so. smiley - smiley

Do you believe in my pet hamster? Not many people have seen that... smiley - winkeye


Ghost

Post 9

Rook

Why yes, I have seen your hamster. He and I have had many great conversations. He says he doesn't get enough chin scratches, though.
smiley - nahnah


Ghost

Post 10

Ram0na (seems that I've lost my sock againl)

Hi Rook smiley - smiley So this is where you've been. I have ghost stories that have been handed down from my grandmother. I believe them and the ghost thing. I would be very boring if nothing happened after you died. What would be the point if you couldn't come back and wreck some havoc while you wait around for the next cycle. I have never personally experienced anything "paranormal", but I also have never experienced deep sea diving. Hnag on I'm trying find a point to this reply... nope. Can't think of one smiley - silly wait... do you believe in smiley - vampiresmiley - laugh


Ghost

Post 11

Rook

Vampires?!
smiley - monster
Don't get me started!
smiley - wow


Ghost

Post 12

Ram0na (seems that I've lost my sock againl)

smiley - laugh If I had the time to waste I would go back and read all of that stuff !


Ghost

Post 13

Twenty-First Century Schizoid Man

Look, Rook - I said I believe in what is PROVEN, not in what I've seen. If I only believed in what I've seen, my universe would be remarkably small. But my universe is not small. It is big.


Ghost

Post 14

Phryne- 'Best Suppurating Actress'

What, then, would count as incontravertible proof?


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Post 15

Twenty-First Century Schizoid Man

I would say incontravertable proof would be something I saw, or something I heard or read from a reliable source.


Ghost

Post 16

Phryne- 'Best Suppurating Actress'

A reliable source being....
(not someone else's account of what they saw, heard or read?) smiley - winkeye


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