8 Simple Rules for Ghosts

I enjoyed thus post and wanted to reblog it.. Dickens was the first author who inspired me to write about ghosts. He even created a set of rules for the dead in A Christmas Carol..

WD Fyfe

Whether you believe in ghosts or not, you have to admit that there are all kinds of things in this world that we simply can’t explain.  Even the most sceptical of us has a vague sense that maybe, just maybe, that noise, that unexplained shadow, or that feeling, might be something we don’t want to look at too closely.  I have a friend who says and believes, “It’s all a pack of rubbish. There’s no such thing as ghosts.”  Still, I know of one place in particular she avoids, because, she says, “I just don’t like the feel of that place.”  If nothing else, that’s what ghosts are: a feeling.  They’re a sense of something outside our accepted knowledge, a paranormal encounter that defies our know-it-all science — without apology.  That’s the problem: even after thousands of sightings over hundreds of years, and some pretty thorough investigation, there is still…

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