Who believes in Ghosts?

Andy

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It's all about ratings, and not once have they shown proof to convince anyone with common sense that Ghosts are real. TV can easily be faked for ratings, and without ratings, they wouldn't be making money

What a load of bullsh1t.
 

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So you have no clue what you’re talking about with that show and the people involved on that show for years got it. Move on troll.

Here's the truth about people you read about, listen to, and see on shows... You don't really know them.

Example... The show, Sons of Guns.

Hell... Many thought Bill Cosby was America's greatest Dad lol
 

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Here's the truth about people you read about, listen to, and see on shows... You don't really know them.

Example... The show, Sons of Guns.

Hell... Many thought Bill Cosby was America's greatest Dad lol

With your thought process then I guess we should go through life never believing anything from anyone. #FakeNews

I don’t always believe everything I watch or read. It’s possible that the evidence isn’t real and Jason and Grant are full of s***. I just think so it’s highly unlikely just a feeling. I’m done though good night.
 
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Mike O'War

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With your thought process then I guess we should go through life never believing anything from anyone. #FakeNews

I don’t always believe everything I watch or read. It’s possible that the evidence isn’t real and Jason and Grant are full of s***. I just think so it’s highly unlikely just a feeling. I’m done though good night.

A feeling can easily be wrong about people you don't really know... Especially when money is involved

Nothing I said is about #FakeNews, it's reality... You don't really know those people
 

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Here's the truth about people you read about, listen to, and see on shows... You don't really know them.

Example... The show, Sons of Guns.

Hell... Many thought Bill Cosby was America's greatest Dad lol

Next you're going to tell me that William Katt isn't the Greatest American Hero.
 

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I think alot of it is fake, but I also think most super skeptics are subconsciously are terrified of such things. They would rather stay in their comfort zone of "its all bs." The fact is we are limited in terms of what he understand about the afterlife. Also, interdimenonial creatures could be a thing with think are ghosts. Many other possibilities.

Me and two other people witnessed something unbelievable when I was 16, I begged the others to tell me it didn't happen. I don't even like talking about it and tell myself it was bs now to the point I almost believe it. Freaky.
 
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Mike O'War

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Let me know when a ghost really kills someone with video footage, and many witnesses who are not apart of the con... Then I'll believe.
 

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Some people think magic is real too lol

Or... Many people loved, and thought they knew Kevin Spacey
 
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All these Ghost shows on Tv makes me laugh... Not once has anyone got killed by a ghost, so why fear such a thought?

They're white, so it's not a big deal. If they were brown, it would be the leading news story on Fox News constantly.
 

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Next you're going to tell me that William Katt isn't the Greatest American Hero.

I think it would be awesome if they redid the series and approximately half of the times, replace him with Katt Williams.
 

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About ghosts in general... is what people experience actual spirits? (as in a person that died their spirit hanging around) Maybe that’s not the actual case. I like the idea there is something more scientific at play that we just don’t understand yet.
 
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If a person has a chunk of their brain destroyed in an accident but is still alive, would there be a partial mentally ill ghost created?

 

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About ghosts in general... is what people experience actual spirits? (as in a person that died their spirit hanging around) Maybe that’s not the actual case. I like the idea there is something more scientific at play that we just don’t understand yet.

It could be multiple things. Inter dimensional beings, bleeding through of alternate realities, life forms we don't yet understand, peoples spirits. A crazy thing too is that we could totally be always seeing these things but our brains have been trained to filter them out.

It all probably has a reasonable scientific explanation but we are maybe thousands of years too underdeveloped to understand.
 
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If a person has a chunk of their brain destroyed in an accident but is still alive, would there be a partial mentally ill ghost created?


That's crazy. Our consciousness may not even reside in our body at all but out brain only a receptor for consciousness so I would go with probably not. But we may exists in all dimensions at the same time so this may be the partially mentally ill ghost whereas the higher dimension version remains uninjured.
 

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Who doesn't believe in ghosts would be the better question. I can see doubting that aliens exist but ghosts? There's basically concrete proof that they do exist. Wait, the OP doesn't believe they do?

Hopefully this is just a troll attempt like Kyrie Irving's flat earth claim. Anyone else getting a Kassen vibe here? Wait.. don't tell me Mike is Kassen. That would be approaching Brianna Haskins territory.
 

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That's crazy. Our consciousness may not even reside in our body at all but out brain only a receptor for consciousness so I would go with probably not. But we may exists in all dimensions at the same time so this may be the partially mentally ill ghost whereas the higher dimension version remains uninjured.

Would be weird if he could be haunted by the ghost of the piece brain that died. Lol
 

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Hell no. I did a queen mary tour a couple years ago with friends and didn't experience s***. One of my friends brought a EV recorder and didn't get s*** on it. I also stayed at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood many times by myself and didn't experience s***. It's all BS.
 

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About ghosts in general... is what people experience actual spirits? (as in a person that died their spirit hanging around) Maybe that’s not the actual case. I like the idea there is something more scientific at play that we just don’t understand yet.

If you understand and believe in the bible then it is quite clear what they are. Satan was given dominion of the Earth after the fall and is currently under control by him and his fallen angels. Jesus called out demons, one named Legion. These demons can manifest themselves as a dead person but they aren't the spirit of the actual person. That is the far shortened version with much left out but gives at least a generality.
 
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I disagree with that. Most ghosts are not demons; they are human spirits, just stuck near our dimension, for whatever reason. Reports of demons seem pretty rare. Granted, I'm speaking from the point of view of the evidence I've seen/read, not the Bible.
 

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When I lived in north Carolina I worked HVAC. We were at a Elementary school wrapping up for the day. My duty was to check all the rooms we'd worked in and collect any tools and ladders.

Long story short - last hall in the school. Long, and curved. Like half of a circle. I'm walking and I hear high heels behind me. I stop. Listen. Nothing.

I start walking again. High heels walking behind. I stop. Turn around and I hear the high heels leave the hallway I was occupying.

Another instance: my girlfriend at the time had bought me a super nice keyboard for my birthday. Anyway, I'm home after school. I jump on the keyboard - had been thinking about it all day. I begin playing. Learning to create by ear.

I start playing and find this melody in my tinkering. I begin working it. I s*** you not; I feel this presence enter the room behind me. It sits on our bed - listening. I never turned around and kept playing. But I know it was there. My girl wouldn't be home for a few hours yet. When I stopped playing, it got up, and left. I felt it leave.

Another time before that, I'm at my pad. I'm hot on this script - deep diving. I was in college at the time for video production and creative writing.

Anyway, I'll never forget the line of dialogue I was writing when I looked down at my fingertips. No bulls***: all ten of them were covered in blood. The line of dialogue I was writing said, "Jesus, Mary and Joseph! "

I was checking my nose, thinking maybe I'd been picking it too hard or some s***. Nothing.. I couldn't explain it. I don't even remember picking my fuking nose to begin with. And certainly not with every finger on my hands.

I figured it happened for one of two reasons:

1)For the line of dialogue I'd written.
2)There's a saying that goes, "write until your fingers bleed. " Well, I definitely had done that.

Do I believe in Ghosts? I do. But I inherently know not to fear them.
 
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