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Last edited at 2:43AM on 1/7/2014
Sadly ghosts don't exist. Think about how many people die everyday, in many many different places. How come no one ever sees new aged ghosts? Why are they always wearing period clothing and in old locations? Why don't you see a 18 year old ghost asking you for your wi-fi password, for his ghost iPhone? You don't see that because they don't exist. People take movies too seriously or the eyes play tricks and they think it's real when it's not.
Spirits or ghosts don't have to have history with the area(place) for them to inhabit.There is what's called residual energy.Where energy from a moment of time from the past has fused or planted in that particular area due to some type of truama or a catastrophic event. Let's say a few years or decade's go by and you decide to build a new house on the very spot where something bad happened,its been known that some of those houses(not all),have absorbed some of that energy in turn creating a haunted house.
My mother used to tell a story. It was WWII. She was in San Diego working in a motel. My dad was in the Pacific in the Navy. Her brothers were in the military. One was the youngest child. His name was Steven. He was 17 and signed into the Navy by their mother. My mom just woke up when she saw the figure of Steve coming out of the wall in front of her. He was wearing a life jacket and dripping wet. She said: "Steve. What are you doing here?" He said: "Tell Mom and Dad I'm coming home in about a week". He then disappeared back into the wall. Needless to say, there was no water on the floor. Later that day, my mom got a phone call from her mother in New York. Steves' ship was torpedoed off of Rhode Island. He was missing. About a week later his body rolled up on the shore in Rhode Island. He's buried in Calvary Cemetery in Queens, NY. A ghost? A figment of my mom's imagination? She didn't know where he was. It was the war. They not were supposed to talk about military movements or broadcast orders. Maybe ghosts do exist.