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Originally posted by eNumbra
Don't think I've ever seen a convincing ghost photo though, especially not one fro a graveyard.edit on 1/26/2011 by eNumbra because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SaturnFX
I don't think there is any tool currently that can properly record a ghost.
I know ghosts exist...but I have no clue what they are. I have my suspicions, but no evidence to their nature. I do know that taking a picture would prove to be futile however unless perhaps the picture was taken in a very different frequency than what we are taking it in..perhaps ultraviolet...who knows..
It would be interesting for the ghost thing to be taken up by some actual thinkers in order to build some proper full spectrum tools to finally measure this phenomona
Originally posted by palg1
reply to post by SaturnFX
I don't think it's nonsense at all. Like Unumbra said, they may be attached to their mortal body.
I like graveyards too, but I have become more weary of them since my young adult days when I had a job placing headstones (1.5 years). To many strange occurrences and apparitions, some that caused a deep sense of sorrow, others outright gut wrenching terror. ( I eventually quit because of one such event. I won't go back and haven't been back to that cemetery).
Originally posted by Hantrid
What if spirits hang around at cemeteries for the simple reason they want to stay in touch with their friends and loved ones but do not know where they live? So they hang around where they were laid to rest in hope of someone coming to visit them. I can imagine someone in that situation being lost, confused, and lonely and that seems like the best place to be.
My dad passed away last year in March and we have since moved and are planning on moving again when we can find something better. So I can imagine this happening very easily.
Jerry Palus, a Chicago southsider, reported that in 1939 he met a person who he came to believe was Resurrection Mary at the Liberty Grove and Hall at 47th and Mozart (and not the Oh Henry/Willowbrook Ballroom). They danced and even kissed and she asked him to drive her home along Archer Avenue, exiting the car and disappearing in front of Resurrection Cemetery