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  • All the scientific evidence says that ghosts don't exist, and yet millions of people claim to have seen one before. This article discusses four prevailing scientific theories that explain why so many people see ghosts or spirits, and concludes that in a certain way maybe ghosts do exist after all.

    Can Science Explain Why People See Ghosts?

    Can Science Explain Why People See Ghosts?

    by K S Lane5

  • This is the story of a young family and the country home that would prove to be both their greatest pride and worst nightmare. A series of terrifying events would convince them that their dream house had been claimed by spirits who could not rest in the presence of the living.

    True Tales of Hauntings: The Spoiled Ground

    True Tales of Hauntings: The Spoiled Ground

    by Cindy Parmiter0

  • An innocent-looking stretch of road in England has become the source of many strange, paranormal experiences. In the history of haunted Kent, few roads are more spooky than Blue Bell Hill

    Haunted Kent: The Ghosts of Blue Bell Hill

    Haunted Kent: The Ghosts of Blue Bell Hill

    by Ann Carney4

  • St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the oldest cities in North America, and, by many accounts, one of the most haunted. Presented here are three of the many spooky tales from the old city.

    3 True Ghost Stories of Old St. John's

    3 True Ghost Stories of Old St. John's

    by Stephen Barnes6

  • Berry Pomeroy Castle is one of the most haunted castles in England. A white lady, blue lady and a smiling cavalier are just three of the many ghosts that haunt this spooky ruin.

    The Ghosts of Haunted Berry Pomeroy Castle

    The Ghosts of Haunted Berry Pomeroy Castle

    by Ann Carney1

  • Ghosts are popularly known for their sight and sound. But can a ghost be detected by its smell? In many cases, the scent of a ghost announces its presence. Anybody can smell a ghost, even eminent celebrities such as Ariana Grande.

    The Scent of a Ghost: Smelling a Specter

    The Scent of a Ghost: Smelling a Specter

    by David Halk1

  • There are many kinds of paranormal phenomenon in the world. Poltergeists are one of many. German for "Noisy Ghost," a poltergeist infestation can be a dangerous thing. Learn here how to identify if there's a poltergeist in your home.

    Poltergeist Phenomenon: Levels of Activity

    Poltergeist Phenomenon: Levels of Activity

    by Britta Nicole Miller0

  • In the past twenty years, the number of paranormal experiences and hauntings reported in schools across America has been on the rise. With stories of ghostly children and murdered teachers and even lonely janitors, this is my list of the top ten most haunted schools in America...it might be a good idea to read this during the day, while there's still light outside!

    Ten Most Haunted Schools on the U.S. East Coast

    Ten Most Haunted Schools on the U.S. East Coast

    by Kitty Fields93

  • Whether they are psychological projections, waking dream states, quantum projections, or simply sensory confusion, these stories tell us something important about the nature of how we perceive reality. This article explores our understanding of ghosts from multiple perspectives.

    Are Ghosts Real? Theoretical Explanations and a Real Life Story

    Are Ghosts Real? Theoretical Explanations and a Real Life Story

    by Robert Ortman0

  • I grew up in a haunted house from the time I was 4 to the age of 15. This is a first-hand account of my experience—the things I saw, heard, and felt. It was terrifying, to say the least, but over the years I got used to spirits and ghosts. Here's what it was like.

    How Can You Tell If a House Is Haunted?

    How Can You Tell If a House Is Haunted?

    by Layne Holmes2

  • There are few among us who have not experienced the loss of a friend, relative, or even a beloved pet. In our grief, we long for assurances that they have found peace as their soul journeys into the next realm. These are a few examples of how those who have passed on reach out to those who remain.

    How the Dead Communicate With the Living

    How the Dead Communicate With the Living

    by Cindy Parmiter0

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