posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 01:20 PM
reply to post by kromaion
People die all the time, especially cats and grandmothers. You did not mention how or why each person died, but if it was in the realm of statistical
probability, there really is not much of a case. On the other hand, if all these people were completely healthy, some in the prime of life, and no
one, including the cat, did anything extraordinarily stupid, then you might have a case to investigate.
The thing is, hauntings are not usually fatal. The entities have no real power except to scare you. Most are just lost souls who can't quite give up
the material world and are stuck in a kind of limbo until they do. So take both issues together and the chances that a haunted house is responsible
for the death of four people and a cat is rather stretching it.