posted on Apr, 5 2014 @ 02:48 AM
This is great stuff. I have long wondered why someone hadn't done the OBE test in such a way. I just mentioned in another thread on paranormal
activity that there have been many skeptical scientists who have been convinced of the existence of such activity after having the chance to visit a
haunted location, but they have no recourse for convincing the rest of the scientific community, because the science suggests that if something cannot
be tested, it must not be real. How else can they explain their dismissal of such things as paranormal activity?
If they claimed it "could" be real, that is one thing...but many say these things "aren't" real. Huge difference in meaning. I am relieved to see
that there are scientists willing to address these issues, because they need to be addressed. Anyone who says such things are all in the mind clearly
is not familiar with all the case evidence available. There are definitve cases that suggest what is occurring is EXTERNALLY, not internally
generated. And I do not mean that some mundane external explanation is causing a change in their brain chemistry, thus making them hallucinate or
something. No, I am saying that these people are simply observing something that is already present, instead of some outside influence producing a
certain affect on them, making them "think" they see or hear something.
I've said it before, it wouldn't take long to convince scientists if one could take them in small groups to certain locations around the world. Let
them experience some of what goes on, and let them realize, since they're there, no trickery is going on. They will pee themselves and then leave
that place a believer. I saw a full body apparition when I was a child, and have had a couple more experiences. Once I was in a location that had long
been claimed to be haunted, and I hear someone walking in heavy boots in the small room above me, sort of like an attic space in a theater...It walked
to the opening in the roof and stopped, as if looking down. I look up and no one is there. And no one is up there when I look either. No other way out
except that hole, and no place to hide. No other rooms above the ground floor. And many similar things have happened there as well, some much
My uncle used to live in a house that was haunted. Crazy stuff happened all the time. Radios and tv's go on and off by themselves, a couple of times
even while not plugged in. Full bodied apparitions seen a couple of times. Multiple people experiencing something jumping on their chests and holding
them down right when they lay down to go to sleep. Lights turning on and off. Heavy book case doors swining open and shut, and other crazy stuff like
that. There just is not an explanation that is conventional. Sure, if something like that happened once or twice, maybe it could be written off. That
is usually what I tell people who ask if they have a ghost, yet have only had one or two strange things happen. It's likely coincidental. But when
crazy stuff happens all the time, as well as seeing people who are not really there...one starts to realize these things do exist.