posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 08:56 AM
From my neck of the woods. I have a "ghost" story as well. I do not believe ghosts are real, however that does not mean I am saying there is
nothing going on.
I don't kow the mechanics of your ghost story, of course, but a nice feature of this one is that we see the witnesses, learn their names, and in the
blog article at least, get some of their "backstory." So, even if Mrs Woodman isn't real, we can be fairly sure that something interesting is going
on, if only from a psychological perspective.
But thats only my belief, don't have anything I know of that could prove this theory.
Carl Jung, whose psychological ideas I admire, might have said that it isn't "either-or." The information leakage the blogger mentions might have
"tuned" the girl's thinking rather than simply contaminating her report. I think Old Carl would have been pleased if that were so. She is very
credible that she experienced this information as coming from a person different from herself. That in itself, I think, is reason aplenty to listen to
the report. Worst case, we learn something about how the minds of the living work.