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How can I find ghosts?

Author : doggybag300

Submitted : 2018-01-14 02:27:59    Popularity:     

Tags: find  ghosts  

I'm a ghost skeptic, but I have reason to believe that the control room of the radio station I work in is in fact, heavily haunted by violent spirits. For example, last year when the program director accidentally let the station go silent for a few se

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Is there someone that you know that lives in a 'haunted house'? Ask if you can come over and meet the ghosts. My good friends lived in one and I was always over there and talked and played with the spooks all the time. And make no mistake....they were real ghosts. And we had people visit there from time to time including my father. The ghosts played with them and were careful not to scare them......too bad. There was a friend of mine who was gay and wanted to meet the ghosts. The ghosts said that while they had nothing against my friend, there were evil demons that were around him that was causing him to be gay and they just preferred not to be around them. I promise that I am not making this up.

First of all DO NOT FCUK WITH A Ouija board. You're asking for trouble. Secondly watch what you wish for, you might not like what you get

play the Ouija board.

Any skeptic will tell you you're clearly retarded, and I'd have to agree. 18 percent of all 7 billion people on earth have experienced ghosts and paranormal phenomenon but they all just imagined it. Nearly a 5th of all people are crazy, which means that this doesn't make sense because how would natural selection allow this many crazy people? We don't have an explanation for that yet.. Remember, anything you see doesn't exist since 18 percent of people see things that they imagine. So nothing exists. Just ask any skeptic.

How can you be sure anything you see exists because so many things are imagined? You cannot. Nothing exists! All us skeptics believe than anything remotely outlandish that someone sees is obviously imaginary. We ignore all the other senses, so if you felt being pushed or slapped by something, or smell something odd, or an actual object is moved on it's own, then don't tell us about it because it didn't happen... And if it actually did happen, then an equally outlandish possibility happened instead. Just anything besides ghosts because we are cherry pickers and don't like ghosts. It was obviously an airplane flying overhead, a silent airplane, because you probably didn't hear it or see it, but it was there, an invisible silent airplane flew overhead and caused objects to flying off your wall and follow you around and it also caused your rocking chair to rock back and forth on it's own.. (that was an example)

It's obvious an invisible silent airplane flew overhead the control room and messed up signals in there and also caused the man to go missing. Obvious! Since that is a more likely explanation that ghosts and as a skeptic, it is my job to provide the most ridiculous, bullsh#t explanation in place of your explanation, just to be a d#ck about it. :)

Unfortunately Ouija boards are not 100% reliable, and since you work at a radio station all the electrical equipment there might interfere with many ghost detection and ghost hunting equipment. For example ghost hunters uses EMF detectors to look for electromagnetic anomalies, BUT how much electromagnetic radiation does your station put out?

Ghosts are difficult to prove because it can't usually be replicated in experiments. Though science can explain a lot, some things seem to escape it's realm.

They're very hard to see so I would recommend looking for some professional help. I believe the person you need to talk to is called a "physiatrist"

I would try and find your missing director.

Radio stations are high sources of RF energy and other EMF that can have serious affects on the brain- most commonly causing feelings of paranoia.

I wouldn't trust the ouija board evidence as it is not really evidence of anything. If the place was truly haunted then there would be more going on than that.

I would use the recording equipment you have to conduct an EVP session, and use the sound analysis software to look for recorded replies.

find your local paranormal ghost hunting society

You can't find ghosts unless you are sensitive to them. And don't go to a cemetery as that is the last place to find a restless spirit. Ouija boards are fake, only for books and movies. I've used them for years and nothing. Google Hans Holtzer. I heard him give a lecture one time with pictures. Also Google The Warrens. A couple that investigated many occurances. The husband is now deceased and may be a ghost himself, we go on!!



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