posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 04:49 AM
In some individuals, significant emotional and psychological turmoil can cause the distressed person to manifest a poltergeist. The poltergeist is not
a sentient thing; it's merely a loose energetic construct unintentionally formed by a person, capable of doing somewhat ghostly things. Kind of like
The negative vibes put out by a person immersed in unhealthy thoughtforms can sometimes draw in negative entities, which aren't ghosts per se, but
which can also result in a place being "haunted" in a sense.
Finally, a particularly traumatic event, particularly a violent one, can embed itself in the background energy of a location, resulting in a residual
haunting, which is essentially a recording of the event which replays itself on a certain level. Many times, the emotional content of an event is
retained in the "recording".
So, the answer is sort of.