posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 04:14 PM
I agree with you. What I like to do is identify the things that are relatively certain about ghosts, and work backwards, attempting to find a theory
in which all of these things are explained. For instance, after much research, I have come to believe that there is sufficient eyewitness testimony,
often involving a group of people, to conclude that a hefty percentage of hauntings are caused by the spirits of a person or people who actually used
to be alive, but have since died. A percentage of them did die tragically, although not all.
It seems that some had a very strong connection to something on earth that somehow caused them to stay, or allowed them to stay. This is just an
example of identifying certain occurrences. It seems there is some correlation to spirit activity and water, and also the ionization/charge of the air
itself. Activity is claimed to increase when a thunderstorm or lightning storm is near or in progress. So there is definitely something going on with
electromagnetic radiation, or EMF.
There is a small bit of evidence to suggest that standing sound waves can cause visual hallucinations and other phenomena, but the sound waves are not
audible to humans. The problem I have with anything involving hallucinations is that there are too many hauntings that are experienced by multiple
people, and that are actually connected to a deceased person. If these events were just imagined or hallucinated, this consistency would not occur.