Four questions for you on the paranormal?

1. Why do or don’t you believe?
2. What are your ghosts stories? (If you haven’t had one, what’s your favorite one?)
3. What topic of the paranormal interests you the most?
Example: Ghosts, psychics, UFOs, mystical creatures, and any other things related.
4. What do you believe is the most haunted location?

Thanks, I asked so many questions because I wanted some variety.

10 Responses to “Four questions for you on the paranormal?”

  • eri:

    1. There’s no testable evidence or phenomena. That’s why I don’t accept the paranormal exists.

    2. Sorry, no personal ghost stories. There are lots of things people on here call their ghost stories, but when that stuff happens to me I always go check it out instead of hiding under the covers – no ghosts yet. But lots of the cat.

    3. It’s all interesting, but as I grew older I realized there was nothing too it. But I’m still a big fantasy fan.

    4. None.

  • Alesha:

    I believe in them because i’ve had minor experiences and heard a million others. I’ve heard the exact same crashing noise like something was falling happen twice in a row, but nothing had fallen. I’ve had a small bright light float over my head from one side to the other when i was in bed (scared the S*it out of me) and heard a whisper when in a quiet room when i was with my husband but neither him or i said anything. Then even heard my name whispered about 3 feet away. I thought it was my bro so i looked around-nothing. he was upstairs on the couch. Ghosts/Spirits interest me the most because they are the most common and it’s impossible that they DON’T exist.

    I’ve heard of a lot of haunted locations…some are verrry scary. I found a house here in my town the other day that actually had a special on the Discovery Channels “A Haunting” in Union, Mo and i found info on a few websites..ended up with the address and it’s about 5 minutes from my house..it’s pretty infamous..no family stays more than six months. The lady who has owned it for quite a few years now seems to be the only one who can deal with it-but she don’t live there, she kinda made it like a doggie kennel. Anyway-things break, the house shakes, u can see a black figure roaming around, a man and child screams can be heard..there’s a butchers shower downstairs which is creepy and my friend said she got locked in a room upstairs once when playing hide and seek. no one was upstairs. she was stuck there for 2 hours. People walk off the sidewalk when passing in front of this house. Paranormal researchers have been in it and a book was written about it “The Uninvited” by Steven Lachance. I have seen that house many times before and didn’t know that was the haunted one until recently..crazy huh?

  • MeanKitty:

    1. So much personal experience I can’t deny it exists.

    2. I have so many. One scary one that I remember is investigating a house where a young man had committed suicide. He seemed to be very angry. One night I set up a video camera in the basement and went upstairs. We heard a loud crash and went back to the basement to find the video camera in the floor on the other side of the basement. On reviewing the video all you can tell is that the camera was picked up and then went flying. It was broken of course.

    3. Electronic voice phenomena

    4. I don’t think there is a most haunted location. I think they are everywhere and can be anywhere. I spent the night at Waverly Hills Sanitarium in Kentucky and while it is haunted we have documented investigations in residential homes that have just as much activity.

  • shebajack:

    Until there is concrete scientific evidence I can’t believe
    I have no personal ghost stories
    Reincarnation most interesting topic
    I am not yet convinced in haunting so I have no locations that interest me.

  • wushuboy001:

    1) I dont believe because I have not seen enough evidence that can not be easily attributed to something else.
    2) One night we had a rythmic knocking sound in the kitchen, not random at all, very regular. Everytime me and my wife would get up to investigate it would stop, but start back up. Me and my wife were convinced it was something paranormal. The next night it started up again. This time I moved faster and saw the culprit. It was a mouse, determined to get into a can of food. It was able to get a grip on edge of the cover, and it was banging it against the wall as it moved back and forth trying to get it open.
    3) I love odd stories, and legends, especially famous ones. I vowed to my wife that next year when we drive across the country to visit my parents we would have to stop in point pleasant, west virginia to see the statue of mothman. Also, I want to go through Boggy Creek, Arkansas (sight of the Boggy Creek Stalker), but that might be too far out of the way for me to win that one. I am not particularly into Cryptozoology, but I do love those two stories.
    4) If I was to name one place off the top of my head, I would say the Winchester Mansion. I don’t really know how haunted it is, but it was creepy enough to inspire Steven King to write the Rose Red story.

  • noodles:

    1) I have had too many personal experience to believe otherwise.

    2) Brief details – I held a full conversation with an elderly gent only to watch him disappear like smoke in front of my eyes – yes that did freak me out.

    3) Spirits, ghosts, past lives, aura’s, in fact all the topics fascinate me and make me want to learn more.

    4) In general, I feel that hospitals and jails would be good candidates for possibly being really good locations as they hold such intense energy.

    What about you? What do you think?

    I hope my answer helps in some way and I wish you a happy and bright future :-)

  • Dont get Infected:

    i believe because i feel that sometimes even science cant explain everything that goes on. it can rule out alot of stuff but it cant always rule out everything. i always am a sceptic when i hear people talk about their house possibly having a ghost. especially when they dont take the time to look at what else it might be

    my favorite ghost story was about the family that moved into the funeral home in Connecticut but a movie came out just recently about it so that ruined that story for me. but there is some about one of the small towns my family has gatherings in. like a old building someone hung themselves in and sometimes people can hear a rope swinging where he supposedly hung himself of they can sometimes hear a piano playing when threes nobody around. one of the buildings many of the people can smell cigar smoke when nobody has smoken a cigar in that building for years.

    i guess ghosts interest me the most. i always think of mystical creatures as a joke to play when im in the woods camping

    in my state i guess id have to say Port Townsend WA. since thats one of the oldest towns that hasent really changed at all. some of the places around there even have a spooky atmosphere like the old Military Base thats now a State Park

  • RinxXxHatake:

    haha i hear so much walking, running, crashing type noises i sometimes don’t notice anymore haha^_^ one of the coolest things that happened that wasn’t scary for me was i was in my bed with the lights off and it was 4 am… i couldnt sleep that night and i was just thinking about things when i just happen to look over to where the thermostat thing is and i saw it move(there was some moonlight in my room so i could see it) and then i heard a clicky sound and my heater thing turned on… and i know i hadn’t turned it on myself… then i got up and turned it off…^_^ another time i was alone in my house on the computer and i heard my moms car pull into the driveway, then a couple seconds later her open the front door and i could hear her talking and laughing on the phone… i yelled down to my mom “hey mom!!!^_^” i went downstairs to greet her, but she wasnt there… i checked outside in the driveway and her car wasn’t there…. im like “well thats creepy… i thought i heard her…..” about 2 mins later i saw her car pull up in the driveway for real and i told her the whole thing and she’s like “haha cool^_^ i guess my ghost felt like greeting you haha”
    that was really cool^_^ but i’ve had a couple really scary ones too…..like when i was 7 (first ghost experiance so i was terrified) i had this creepy grey(black and white) dream where my first grade teacher said in a emotionless state “looks like there was a ghost in here…” i said “no there wasnt in a cheerfull way… then all of a sudden this strange eery feeling came over me and i woke up screaming….i felt a hard slap on my upper leg(near my butt) i ran to my moms room crying (it was 3 am) and she said she heard the ghost run to my room and run out as i screamed…. i was scared to go back to that house for ever!!!!!!!!!!!!! im tearing up as i tell this story…. T_T scary **** i gotta say…. and yeah my mom had her own share of paranormal experiances….

  • psiexploration:

    I believe in some because of the extensive scientific evidence. I believe in some because people have reported the experiences since humankind first starting using written language. Thus, I believe in these as experiences (like seeing a ghost) regardless of what a ghost is or what explanation (normal or not) that the experiences ends of having.

    My favorite ghost stories is of the military officer that actually fired his pistols at the ghost to prove it was a person (it was not).

    Psi abilities (ESP, PK) and ghosts (and the possibility of survival after death) interest me the most.

    I don’t know which location is the most haunted but the Myrtles Plantation and the Whaley House are very famous locations with reported hauntings.

    Psiexploration

  • FitzGerald:

    1. It’s 50/50. I often find myself scaring myself but I think logically to clear it. Seldom works.
    2. The scary one.
    3. psychics and mystical creatures
    4. cemeteries, and hospitals

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