Have you ever seen a ghost?

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  1. Rosana Modugno profile image66
    Rosana Modugnoposted 12 years ago

    Have you ever seen a ghost?

    Whether you were alone or with witnesses, I'd love to hear your stories on your encounters. You are not alone.  This picture of me was one I took while I was feeling a presence in my room.  If you see behind me to the right of the picture, you will see a woman's face.  Unexplained to this day but very clearly a face with an updo and everything.  I don't own Photoshop.  The only manipulation to this shot was the blue tint and too much flash because the room was so dark.


  2. Mikio profile image68
    Mikioposted 12 years ago

    No, I haven't seen a ghost.  I will believe in ghosts if they show up during the day light hour in a very public place.  Ghosts appear only in a dark and remote area.  Why?  Because men and women project their fear.  In other words, ghosts are nothing but human imagination created out of fear.  The case closed.

    1. Rosana Modugno profile image66
      Rosana Modugnoposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your comment. However, sometimes fear irrelevant. I've been seeing spirits my whole life, so has my family & many friends. They appear in day & in public. I believe one has to be receptive, just as one believes in the unseen God.

  3. JesadaB profile image64
    JesadaBposted 12 years ago

    I will have to totally disagree with Mikio there, it is possible to catch a spirit during the day and in somewhat crowded places, but it is easier to control lighting and sound when it is dark and remote. Light can play havoc with recording equipment not to mention shadows that can be construed as spirits, if its dark you don't have to worry about accidently creating a shadow. As for the noise of having many people around...well that one should be a no-brainer. Try getting evp's with a roomful of 1st graders....it is so not going to happen....I would also like to know if Mikio is a psychologist as he seems to know about the human psyche.

    As for your question Rosana: Yes...lol...I saw my first spirit when I was about 4, I just did not know it was a spirit then, I just thought it was another little kid I got to play with it wasn't till I was older and told my mom and asked her what the name of the boy was I used to play up in the attic with that I found out there was no boy...and there was no way for me to access the attic yet I could describe it to a tee even as to where this boy and I would sit and play. Kinda creepy, oh and this all happened in the daylight and I was not afraid so there goes that theory from Mikio. Sorry I get irritated when people who don't know anything about the paranormal try to answer questions about it....or try to make those who know sound like idiots....irritating!

    1. Rosana Modugno profile image66
      Rosana Modugnoposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your comment, Jesada.  I just published a hub last night on a story relating to my 4 yr old daughter.  I am very much into paranormal studies.  But not all people have seen spirits so they can only speak from their own experiences.  smile

    2. Mikio profile image68
      Mikioposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      You can 'claim' having seen something, but that's only one person. All I'm saying is that the claim of having seen a ghost must past the test of verification.  Seeing something is a very physical thing.  Evidences must be provided via witnesses.

    3. JesadaB profile image64
      JesadaBposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Ok  so if I am the only one to see something then it is just my imagination? Is this what you are saying? What test for verification are you talking about? I have been with others before and we all saw something and I have been touched by a spirit .

    4. Rosana Modugno profile image66
      Rosana Modugnoposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Some people need to see something in order to believe it, while others just believe.  Example;  religion.  Those who believe in God have never seen him, nor find any witnesses to to sustain his existence.  Fact: There have been more ghost sightings.

    5. JesadaB profile image64
      JesadaBposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      So true Rosana! I have used the God argument myself. I personally just get frustrated with people saying "oh if you saw a ghost you need to up your medication" it is rude and I don't go around telling people who believe in God that. Great question!


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