I`ve been reading books about ghosts for a long time and have seen numerous movies about them as well. I can point out what is more likely, what is unlikely and site true examples from the subject. I have also been writing fictional ghost stories off and on since high school. I have been keeping a comprehensive listing of haunted sites for a long time and have visited a few local haunted sites in my area. I do not consider myself a ghost hunter or ghost researcher. I have no college or univerity training in the subject, but I have postulated a few personal theories about the phenomenon. I recently published the book, "Volunteer Ghosts," about ghosts in Tennessee. Another thing, because ghost shows are becoming so popular, I'm getting deluged with messages from people thinking they have ghosts. Please try to bust your own experiences before asking me about them. So many people who believe in ghosts and experience things want proof so much that they are coming to me for answers. Please check your grammar and proofread your messages too. I can't understand what you're asking if your questions aren't legibly precise. Don't make me try to decipher your message. Keep your messages short and to the point! Do not post long rambling inquiries! I do not know anything about demonology; no questions about evil spirits or possession. That has nothing to do with ghosts or haunted houses.
I have had very brief exposure in doing field work; I hope to get back into it someday.
Author of the books, "Volunteer Ghosts" and "Ghosts Coast to Coast"
Personal Research and Limited Field Work
I've been watching horror movies for a long time, but to me, there was always something more logical, and much more fascinating about this subject over UFOs and ETs. I also believe in survival after death.
A lot of people believe in ghosts, but of three different people, one would probably scream and run, the next might study it and the next might ignore it. If asked what they saw, the first might be too afraid to speak, the next might mention he was moved by the experience and the last might say he saw nothing orblame it on an illusion. Who would you be?
In a court of law, witness testimony is extremely important. In science, it's worthless.
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