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If your spouse or a loved one said that they saw a vampire or a werewolf, would you believe them?


I do not believe in ghosts, vampires, werewolves, bigfoots, or fairies, but I would believe what my wife had to say and vica versa). For example, I once saw the elevator doors, in an apartment building ,my wife ran, open with no elevator present. She called the repair men and they said what I saw was impossible, but she had them come out anyway (and they did have to make repairs). So, would you believe?

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Best Answer Chloe Davis Smith (nochance) says

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    pmorries 4 years ago

    I would agree with you. It is better to be laughed at than have your soul eaten. lol

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David (ShootersCenter) says

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    pmorries 4 years ago

    That would be the logical thing to do, but I would make sure that your wife does not read your answer.

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Catherine Dean (mvillecat) says

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    pmorries 4 years ago

    We all would have our doubts but his/her story, but I would agree with you that our loved one should get a benefit of a doubt.

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Lisa HW says

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    pmorries 4 years ago

    Logic should always be used in such cases but it would be terrible for no one to believe you.

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P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) says

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