Posts Tagged “Ghosts”

Ethical and Moral Dilemmas in Ghost Hunting

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A client finds you and asks that you investigate their home.  They give you a list of claims, and what evidence they have been able to gather themselves, and ask you to investigate to validate their experiences.  As you go through your checklist of questions, you find out some further information.  One of them had…

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Death Omens in Medical Care Facilities

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Everyone remembers when you were younger and stepping on a crack predestined maternal injury.  In fact, there were a lot of stories you heard that would predict harm to people you loved.   Everyone also probably had parents or grand parents who told you all sorts of little superstitions.  My grandmother always told me never to…

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Confessions of an Old Ghosthunter

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While I may not be that old, I mean I am only 38, I feel that I have been involved in some shape or form with ghost hunting for the majority of my life. I have written about the subject, turned ideas into scripts and short stories, lectured on the subject to college classes, and…

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Touched by a “Ghost”?

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Holy crap. I mean, seriously. So when I was pursuing some websites looking to see what was up in the world of the paranormal (I mean so much crap happens sometimes you fall behind), and I see this headline…  NBA Star Metta World Peace Claims Ghosts Touched Him Inappropriately. I mean, it floored me. Pam…

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