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Students head to plantation in search of ghosts

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posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 05:40 PM
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Almost any ghost story can be debunked by common sense.

But sitting in a dark room talking to spirits makes skepticism difficult.

And once evidence reveals a muffled voice in a recording or a ball of light in a picture, the doubt changes, if not to belief, then certainly intrigue.

“That’s when you get the ‘frissons,’ the chills,” said Cally Chauvin, leader of Nicholls State University’s non-credit course on paranormal investigation.

I have posted an article about this class and some of their activities at the Worldview blog




posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 09:14 AM
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Originally posted by tsrk30
Almost any ghost story can be debunked by common sense.

But sitting in a dark room talking to spirits makes skepticism difficult.

And once evidence reveals a muffled voice in a recording or a ball of light in a picture, the doubt changes, if not to belief, then certainly intrigue.

“That’s when you get the ‘frissons,’ the chills,” said Cally Chauvin, leader of Nicholls State University’s non-credit course on paranormal investigation.

I have posted an article about this class and some of their activities at the Worldview blog



I love it when these skeptics experience their first apparition, and then freak out when they realize that ghost and spirits and the after-life do exist. Its like getting hit by a truck. Wakes you right up. Let's see them explain them waking up in the middle of the night to see someone with no legs walk through a wall.



 
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