Ghost Existence

@lampar (7597)
United States
October 23, 2009 2:53pm CST
Do you believe in the existence of ghost in our earthly world or it is just another man's creation used to keep children in line and enable Halloween to become a traditional festival for century by turning a myth into reality. If you answer yes, what form of scary experience you have encountered during your life time that convinced you it actually existed beyond anybody doubt, please share with us your story if possible. There is no right or wrong answer to this discussion but mainly it is individual experience that shape one thought on this phenomenal and strictly in no way is meant to dispute or approve the existence of ghost as so often hotly contested among various religion teaching. Thank you in advance for sharing your view here today.
6 responses
• United States
11 Nov 09
i belive in ghosts and stuff and i am not sure if i want to see a ghost it might be to scarry
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@lampar (7597)
• United States
12 Nov 09
Hi,mun.. i don't know about you, but for me, it is a big NO, i don't want to see ghost anytime soon, it will freak me out .
• United States
25 Oct 09
I have heard some creepy stories from many people and their experiences with voices and babies crying and what not. I don't know what i believe really due to my lack of experiences. Although i believe it can happen still.
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@lampar (7597)
• United States
26 Oct 09
Hi! Ds7 your chance of experiencing it may be haven't arrive yet, who know one day you may have the luxury to get a feel on some of those creepy stories you are told personally, then you will turn into a firm believer . lol! Thank for the response. Happy mylotting!
• Italy
24 Oct 09
I firmly believe that ghosts do exist. I didnt have any encounter with them yet but they do exist and they have a similar world like us, in culture, in relations and family issues. Its a parallel world existing with us.
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@lampar (7597)
• United States
24 Oct 09
I 'm having the same feeling too, pal! it is mainly based on my personal experience many years ago. Thank for the response. Happy mylotting!
@savypat (20246)
• United States
23 Oct 09
Never say never, we are discovering new things all the time and I think enough people have seen ghosts that there is something there.
@lampar (7597)
• United States
24 Oct 09
Yes, pal! Haven't encounter one doesn't necessary means one will never meet one later on. Few people did have scary experiences you are fortunate never have to go through. Thank for your response. Cheer!
@se7enthbird (8328)
• Philippines
23 Nov 09
i dont believe in ghost or i am just trying not to believe har har har. but my wife believes in ghost so how can i battle about that. she says that her uncle can see ghost that is why they believe in ghost. his uncle has a third eye lucky i only have two. har har har. i am surprise and wondering why i no longer get a notification from your started discussion. i wonder. glad have found one here.
• United States
28 Oct 09
I don't believe in ghosts as you are meaning in your question. I do however, believe in both angels & demons. Demonic influences can happen in such a way that could be identified as "ghostly". Demons can take on human shapes, characteristics, and yes, even present themselves to be Grandma. Demons are not always big, ugly and stinky. They have to "appear" friendly. It's a hook and catch tactic. Bible says, "satan can appear as an angel of light". Therefore letting us know that things aren't always what they seem. Hollywood and shows like "The Ghost Whisperer" have helped to boost and creat a facination with "ghosts". I'm here to tell you it's only Hollywood. Your loved ones are not here when they die. Their spirit goes to the next destination. There physical body was just a "house" for the spirit. When the house falls down, the person, or their "sprit" goes somewhere else to live. They are not lurking around trying to "find the light to go into". I realize it gives us peace to think that person is still with us,,,and they are. In our hearts and memories.But that's it. A murder victim is not trying to get our attention to help solve the case and receive justice. That's not reality, but it sure does make for good t.v. or movies.