I was wondering what others theories were concerning this phenomenon. In the hundreds and hundreds of true ghost stories I've read over the years, I
have noticed that a majority of them point out that the "Entity" or "Ghost" disappeared the moment light was introduced into the area. (when the
experience took place in the dark of course) Why do you think this is?
Because ghosts are lost souls and want to stay in the physical world. I'm not exactly sure here if my theory is correct, but I'm presuming, that the
light that ends most contacts with ghosts or entities is because they probably think that that's the light of the Creator and don't want to go up
anyways, I think maybe people associate ghosts with scary things, so majority of ghost stories have happened at night. If you flash a light on it and
it just stayed there it wouldnt be as mystical. If it suddenly disappeared it would leave more suspense, thus making the story more interesting.
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