Originally posted by ronishia
what a huge question that would take a lot of thought, an interesting one though.
Over the years and many hours researching i have been wondering if hauntings of buildings and such are more likly along the lines of memories, emotions so strong they are bound to a place. it may sound a little far fetched by there are many many cases over the years that would explain it. For example there was a famous battle called the battle of hastings fought out in a field. Every year at the same time battle cries can be heard, horse hooves, yelling and the clanking of swords. Many other occurrences of this nature as been foretold on other battlefields
Other occurrences in houses for example were specific things happen regularly, always at the same time, always the same thing, the same smells and sounds like the houses are reliving the memories.
Of course though this doesn't explain many other cases were there is poltergeist activity, cases of possessive spirits and things like that.
I believe that what we call souls are like a ball of energy - think of us like light bulbs, for us to work we have to be interconnected to wires and filiments and such like, those are connected to fuses and boxes to runt he electricity, Eventually the bulb will flicker out but the energy doesnt leave it simply recycles itself and awaits a new bulb to connect with it. hopefully you understand what i mean
If we were able to choose were we haunt , i would remain with my family and keep them safe and comforted....plus to kick their butts if they misbehaveedit on 23/4/12 by ronishia because: spelling gremlinsedit on 23/4/12 by ronishia because: (no reason given)
I am definitely a big believer in recordings. As another ATS member posted, perhaps these emotions were already there when I go there, and they were somehow transferred to me. Who knows, maybe even a suicide had occurred in that very same room and I felt this energy. I felt an overwhelming feeling of sadness and just the need to kinda end it. Im almost tempted to stop by that place and see how I feel.