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Posted 6/30/15

haikinka wrote:

Erm hello? The pyramids??? Stonehenge???


You're joking... Right?
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fladdermus wrote:


haikinka wrote:

Erm hello? The pyramids??? Stonehenge???


You're joking... Right?


Hiding place of the pandorica, or so they say.
Posted 6/30/15

fladdermus wrote:

You're joking... Right?


If that evidence isn't clear cut enough, I don't know what is.
Posted 6/30/15
There's none.

Ghosts and supernatural beings don't exist. If they do, this Earth would be overrun by them considering there were billions of people who died since the start of civilisations.

People attribute bad luck/events as something caused by supernatural forces, but humans are organisms, and organisms struggle to live in the environment. Bad events are inevitable in a world that was never catered for life forms. Life forms have always had to adapt to this harsh environment.



It's why astronauts have to train themselves daily in space. When coming back to Earth, they lose bone density, muscle tone etc. And the gravity would break them.


Science is the only objective truth in this world. Everything else is invented by the human mind.
Posted 6/30/15
Kind of silly to want evidence in paranormal activities, they aren't actually real.

While UFOs on the other hand are UFOs, Sure it could be Aliens but most of them can be explained.
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The problem is that people look at paranormal experiences which are being sensationalized for profit, which is why it is on television in the first place. If someone is looking for more trustworthy sources, they should just ask normal people.

I myself live with an..."inhabitant:" If you want to know about it, just ask.
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jordancharacter wrote:

The problem is that people look at paranormal experiences which are being sensationalized for profit, which is why it is on television in the first place. If someone is looking for more trustworthy sources, they should just ask normal people.

I myself live with an..."inhabitant:" If you want to know about it, just ask.


Do they help pay for room and board?
Posted 6/30/15

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I myself live with an..."inhabitant:" If you want to know about it, just ask.


I wanna know more.
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jordancharacter wrote:

The problem is that people look at paranormal experiences which are being sensationalized for profit, which is why it is on television in the first place. If someone is looking for more trustworthy sources, they should just ask normal people.

I myself live with an..."inhabitant:" If you want to know about it, just ask.


Do they help pay for room and board?


Nah, but it is pretty funny when she likes to mess with people visiting myself and they stay the night. You should see the look on their faces when they wake up from nightmares, it's priceless.

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jordancharacter wrote:
Nah, but it is pretty funny when she likes to mess with people visiting myself and they stay the night. You should see the look on their faces when they wake up from nightmares, it's priceless.



Inducing nightmares seems pretty rude to me. I'd shake that habit. Play board games or something. Does she have a name?
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jordancharacter wrote:


Nobodyofimportance wrote:


jordancharacter wrote:

The problem is that people look at paranormal experiences which are being sensationalized for profit, which is why it is on television in the first place. If someone is looking for more trustworthy sources, they should just ask normal people.

I myself live with an..."inhabitant:" If you want to know about it, just ask.


Do they help pay for room and board?


Nah, but it is pretty funny when she likes to mess with people visiting myself and they stay the night. You should see the look on their faces when they wake up from nightmares, it's priceless.



You don't think maybe you play it up and their nightmares are attributed to that? I mean, I have nightmares, and I sleep worse and wake up more often outside of my own bed, regardless of a host's assertion of ghosts.

Just saying, paranormal doesn't mean "she" exists.
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jordancharacter wrote:


I myself live with an..."inhabitant:" If you want to know about it, just ask.


I wanna know more.


Alright.

About two and a half years ago, I started having these weird night terrors. I would fall asleep just fine, but would suddenly shoot up awake in a cold sweat. The image I would generally see before waking up would be a woman's figure with black hair, and that's pretty much it. This went on for about two weeks, and sleep deprivation was starting to really effect me, and I was starting to freak out a bit because I started to get pretty terrified of what was going on.

So, I started to sleep in a different room of the house, thinking it would fix it, which it actually did a bit. One day when I was staying home though, things started getting a bit....weird. I was home alone, it was around breakfast time, I think. It is a bit difficult to explain, but I was getting a really bad feeling that I was being watched, and got really paranoid out of nowhere. So, naturally, I just stood right in the middle of our family room, not sure what to do ( I did that for about 2 hours). After it felt like it was fine, I ran into the nearest guest room, locked myself in, jumped into bed, and tried listening to music to calm down. And then something decided to hold my earplugs up in mid-air right in front of me.

Then I pretty much broke down in terror, took a fetal position, bawled my eyes out, that kind of thing, and then I felt fine. It still felt like I was being watched, but it didn't really feel as scary anymore. This is how it pretty much started, and I realized something I couldn't really understand was around me, and I could somehow tell where it was, even without there being anything there.

So, I started to get adjusted to it, and it turns out that when you aren't completely fearful of something, you can observe it's behavior much easier, and I learned these things about whatever it is:

-It's not malicious, but rather mischievous. "She" enjoys toying with people, but tends to leave them alone if they aren't scared of her. If I had to compare her personality to something...I would say she is a bit like a cat. Likes to play around, but gets upset if you mess with her too much.

- She has a shadow. Sort of. How to put it...it's like movement in the corner of your eye, but you can't discern what it is it or look at it directly. Very difficult to describe...

- I'm not the only one who gets the nightmares. A few times when I had family members over, one of my cousins fell asleep in my room. I was just chilling out watching T.V. when he just jumped awake in a cold sweat. I asked him what it was, he said he had a nightmare. I asked him what he saw, he said a woman with straight black hair. I never told him about "her", so this is how I knew I wasn't just delusional.

- You can tell when she touches you. They say that you know there is a ghost or something in the room whenever the room temperature drops a lot,but that isn't really the case her. When she touches you, it's a feeling that is like how your feet feel when you go to sleep in the cold without socks on.

-She has taken a liking to me. Even though she likes to toy around with other people, she always chilling out in here. Because of this, I am pretty much used to her now. No more nightmares, though I can always tell where she is.

That's pretty much it, I think. She does what she wants, I almost never acknowledge her. I don't really know exactly what she is, so it wouldn't be right to call her a ghost, since I don't know if she was ever human to begin with. But ya, that's it, and as far as I know I am telling the truth, but it's your guys decisions to believe me or not, or just call me insane (which maybe I am lol).

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Well, to all the people who had the nightmares, I never told them about her. And it is really weird when they all see the same thing.
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Hey, I actually think that's really cute, I hope you guys carry on getting along.
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Pretty much every shred of it. There'll always be skepticism, and it's very difficult to tell what is 'real', and what is not. But it is fun to look at and watch if you don't scare too easy.

I think paranormal entities exist. I think there are lingering wanderers who roam the earth as transparent apparitions after death. Who have nowhere to go. I think there are evil entities who would like nothing better than to disturb the living people who use oujia boards for shits and giggles. I think some paranormal accounts are real but very few of them.

I think the unknown is one of the scarier things in this world. What have we NOT seen? What have we NOT found? Is this real or not? No one knows, no one knows. No one entirely knows what lurks out there. What lurks in the deepest depths of the ocean, or late night in a patch of woods. Nobody really KNOWS what's out there in full. That's one of the creepiest parts about the paranormal, it leaves you yourself wondering if what you've just read about, or seen, or heard, is fake or not.
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