posted on Oct, 3 2009 @ 06:47 PM
whether you should walk around a graveyard at night messing with tombstones depends on whether you believe that ghosts or spirits exists. For example,
a person who is 100% positive that spirits and ghosts are only a human invention will have no trouble walking or sleeping at a graveyard- they will
only think that there are dead bodies and that's it. No effect whatsoever.
If you believe in ghosts and spirits, or used to believe in ghosts and spirits and the belief is still in your unconscious mind, then you are asking
for trouble. Your mind will make up all kinds of crazy stuff- a simple blowing of the wind will be taken as a spirit trying to hold you, or far away
footsteps will be taken as those of a ghost, etc. the worst part is when you mistake shadows for entities, or when your brain starts to hallucinate to
the point of actually seeing things that are not there.
Here is a little experiment that should be worth the try. First, take out all the valuables from your home and disorganize it as much as possible, as
well as cut all light sources; make it seem abandoned. after a few days of setting this up bring one person and tell him/her to sleep in the
"abandoned house". Tell the person the house has recently been abandoned due to foreclosure, etc. the next day, bring a different person and tell
him/her to sleep in the house. once the person is inside lock him/her inside the house and tell the person that the house witnessed a major murder
scene and that it is said to be hunted.
then witness the results of how both persons reacted. One thinking it was a normal abandoned house, the other thinking it was a haunted house. Make
sure they both believe in ghosts so as to have better results.