Do ghosts exist/post ghostly pictures.

English-Emo-Boy

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I've always been fascinated with the paranormal and all things ghostly.

My nan's old house was haunted and all sorts of weird things used to go on in there when I was younger but I was actually too young to be scared.

Do you lot believe in ghosts, have you ever seen a 'ghost' and what are your favourite ghostly pictures?

My favourite ghostly picture has to be this one, it was taken whilst the building was burning down, very spooky!

 

TimmehD

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My mother swears up and down that they exist. I, however, don't believe in them at all. Until I presonally experience it, though, I won't believe any pictures. Photoshop FTW.
 

English-Emo-Boy

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But surely with all those pictures and evidence there must be something strange out there, the same applies to Bigfoot, UFO's/aliens and the Loch Ness monster.

Surely not all those pictures are fake/edited/mocked?
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Hanzo, wheres the ghost in your top picture?
 
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#5
My sister and I were playing the Ojai (?) board and while we were playing the piece moved on it's own. We didn't move it... Spirit, ghost, whatever, it was CRE~EPY!

I'm a believer in ghost hanging out after their human-self died. I don't know what they want. They probably had a horrible life - or a horrible death - and still linger even after they died. Torn between this world and the next. I actually feel more sad for them then scared. :'(
 

Jakey-D

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But surely with all those pictures and evidence there must be something strange out there, the same applies to Bigfoot, UFO's/aliens and the Loch Ness monster.

You know there has never actually been a pic of the Loch Ness monster that can't be explained. The most famous pic of the head coming out of the lake was a fake, the guy who took it admitted it himself. This is coming from a Scot aswell. The Lock Ness monster is nothing more than a blatant lie that went too far and now you get nuts camping out up there hoping to catch a glimpse of a monster that just simply doesn't exist.

As for UFOs, I believe 100% in them. It doesn't necessarily mean that they are of extreterrestial origin but we all know that out governments test things they keep schtum about.
 
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TimmehD

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Certainly not intentionally, no. We go so far out of our way to point out regular things in a photo and turn them into something paranormal. Just like the "spheres of energy" they show in pictures that supposedly are evidence of ghosts. Well...uh, dust?

Also, I believe human existence is nothing more than a consciousness, being aware you're alive, it is purely neurological and nothing more. Therefore there's be no "afterlife".
 
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