Do you believe in ghosts???
February 1, 2007 2:59pm CST
I think there is something in my house - I see something out of the corner of my eye moving down the hall but there is nothing there, my dogs see something too cause at times they will growl at the same area I see things. Do you believe or has Scooby-Doo been wasting his time all these years???
• United States
1 Feb 07
Yes, I believe in ghosts. But in my case, it has always been the little kids who can see them. My then six month old grandson was lying on the bed and I was changing his diaper. he was looking past me and was smiling and cooing. He was not looking at me. I had a friends kid who used to do the same thing. One of my neighbors had a little girl who talked to them and called them by name. She was around two years old, so I doubt that it was an imaginary friend. Strange unexplainable things happened in their house but nothing bad. I don't think the ones in your house will hurt you. But I was told never to invite one in through something like a Ouija board.
• United Kingdom
1 Feb 07
Although I've never witnessed any super-natural events, or ghosts of any sort, I would never rule out the possibility. I believe in an open mind, just because you haven't seen something, doesn't mean that it doesn't exist. If someone tells me they have seen a ghost I would never laugh at them or ridicule them or call them a liar. Never mock what you don't believe in. I do however believe in guardian angels and that someone is watching over me and guiding me and keeping me safe.
1 Feb 07
Well this is one of those subjects that I am never sure about. The practical, common-sense side of me says it's rubbish and I don't believe in them, but there's another side of me that says I shouldn't discount it just because I don't understand. One night, years ago, I woke up in the middle of the night when I as on holiday and staying in a old country Inn here, and I thought I saw something move at the ed of the room. I just put it down to a strange deram, or a trick of the light, but, then again, perhaps it was someting more. I really don' now - but interestng subject. Thanks.