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Paranormal Shit
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So there's this old asylum and tunnel about an hour from my hometown and my friend and I were gonna check it out, until I found out about the ghost shenanigans goin on there. After reading a ton of stories from people who've been there, I really don't wanna mess with that shit. Even minor stuff like temperature drops, weird feelings, and sounds would make me shit myself. Call me a pussy, but I'm not interested in urbex because of ghosts, I'm not tryna bring back some wretched spirit to my house. I just find it funny how so many other people get giddy about haunted sites and they're so eager to explore them.

Is there really that much to worry about in terms of haunted places?



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Re: Paranormal Shit
< Reply # 1 on 9/3/2017 4:56 PM >
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My personal stance on ghosts is that I don't know, and it's more fun not to know. That said, I really wouldn't worry about it. Even if ghosts are real and accurate to what they've been portrayed as, there's not really much they can do to you besides scare you, which puts them at about the same threat level as a squeaky roof shingle.




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< Reply # 2 on 9/3/2017 5:38 PM >
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I've been known to haunt dark tunnels and hallways in lurk for ghost hunters.
They left screaming, and I had peace and quiet.
Perfect day.




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Re: Paranormal Shit
< Reply # 3 on 9/4/2017 12:11 AM >
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So there's this old asylum and tunnel about an hour from my hometown and my friend and I were gonna check it out, until I found out about the ghost shenanigans goin on there. After reading a ton of stories from people who've been there, I really don't wanna mess with that shit. Even minor stuff like temperature drops, weird feelings, and sounds would make me shit myself. Call me a pussy, but I'm not interested in urbex because of ghosts, I'm not tryna bring back some wretched spirit to my house. I just find it funny how so many other people get giddy about haunted sites and they're so eager to explore them.

Is there really that much to worry about in terms of haunted places?


There is a lot more than ghosts that you should be worried about. Homeless people, police, holes in the ground, other nonsense.

Besides that

I honestly think it's all in our heads. Its easier to think it's a ghost that made a weird sound. But hey dude thats just me.




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Re: Paranormal Shit
< Reply # 4 on 9/4/2017 1:12 AM >
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I have a friend who, when asked whether or not he believes in ghosts, said that he believes ghosts and other mythical/supernatural beings really do exist for those who create their existence and absolutely don't exist for those that don't create their existence. At the time I laughed at his answer because of the obvious implication of a contradiction. (Though, now I see that the contradiction only exists if you assume objective universe over transcendental)

Though on some level he has a point, that point being that your best chance of not running into any "paranormal shit" is to not believe in "paranormal shit."
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Unfortunately, this trick doesn't seem to work on hell holes. Doesn't matter if you've never heard of them, you're still at risk of falling in.



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< Reply # 5 on 9/4/2017 3:04 PM >
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I've never experienced anything paranormal let alone a shit.

One of my most popular YouTube clips is only popular because the ghost-hunters seem to like it (abandoned mental institution).




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< Reply # 6 on 9/4/2017 4:13 PM >
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I have a friend who, when asked whether or not he believes in ghosts, said that he believes ghosts and other mythical/supernatural beings really do exist for those who create their existence and absolutely don't exist for those that don't create their existence. At the time I laughed at his answer because of the obvious implication of a contradiction. (Though, now I see that the contradiction only exists if you assume objective universe over transcendental)

Though on some level he has a point, that point being that your best chance of not running into any "paranormal shit" is to not believe in "paranormal shit."
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Unfortunately, this trick doesn't seem to work on hell holes. Doesn't matter if you've never heard of them, you're still at risk of falling in.


I've heard this theory before and tend to believe it myself. I don't tend to believe and spend my time looking for hell holes to avoid




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< Reply # 7 on 9/4/2017 4:19 PM >
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Unfortunately, this trick doesn't seem to work on hell holes. Doesn't matter if you've never heard of them, you're still at risk of falling in.


^bump^

lol, I know one 'touched' person who's know to talk to demons;
you never know where they'll pop up
However no one else has ever seen their apparitions.


As for hellholes, they are all too real.
They come in many different variations and sizes.
Some are just about invisible... until you find them.
Best be looking for hellholes and not ghosts.

Everything you touch and each footstep counts.



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< Reply # 8 on 9/4/2017 5:25 PM >
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I went to a supposedly haunted mental hospital on my side of the world. Ghost hunters warned us the ghosts would stop our cameras from working. Turns out they were mixed up because the old and abandoned building had a lot of crossbreeze blowing doors open and closed.

It is fun to think about but the sickening amount of ghost hunting in pop culture and on supposedly scientific TV channels. We still dont know what happens after death but there is not one case of a ghost causing any death.




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< Reply # 9 on 9/4/2017 5:42 PM >
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^bump^

lol, I know one 'touched' person who's know to talk to demons;
you never know where they'll pop up
However no one else has ever seen their apparitions.


As for hellholes, they are all too real.
They come in many different variations and sizes.
Some are just about invisible... until you find them.
Best be looking for hellholes and not ghosts.

Everything you touch and each footstep counts.


totally agree, last place i did, the belgo, was hellhole city,night time would have been very dangerous




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< Reply # 10 on 9/4/2017 5:50 PM >
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i certainly dont believe in ghosts in the traditional sense, that being said the more you pay attention the more you perceive. and not all things are easily explained,i doubt they are spirits of dead people, but some place have weird vibes, animals feel it and we cant say its because they want to believe in something loll

i would rather have an open mind and a fun ride, then closed up to the world like a block of wood




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< Reply # 11 on 9/13/2017 7:51 PM >
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Honestly I'm more afraid of falling through the floor or meeting an aggressive squatter than I am of ghosts. If I get haunted I guess I'll deal with it when the time comes.




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< Reply # 12 on 9/13/2017 10:46 PM >
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Honestly I'm more afraid of falling through the floor or meeting an aggressive squatter than I am of ghosts. If I get haunted I guess I'll deal with it when the time comes.


spooky places are fun at night




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< Reply # 13 on 9/14/2017 2:53 AM >
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Honestly I'm more afraid of falling through the floor or meeting an aggressive squatter than I am of ghosts. If I get haunted I guess I'll deal with it when the time comes.


Well put.
We lost a member here that fell because they couldn't see a section of catwalk was missing in the dark.
Nothing more spooky than plunging downward through the darkness not knowing when you will stop.




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< Reply # 14 on 9/14/2017 9:21 AM >
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Well put.
We lost a member here that fell because they couldn't see a section of catwalk was missing in the dark.
Nothing more spooky than plunging downward through the darkness not knowing when you will stop.



yickkkksss that would suck, utterly terrifying!!! to me spooky is just fun, like my abandoned house find in the cemetary, cheap thrills like watching a horror movie but no real danger




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< Reply # 15 on 9/14/2017 9:05 PM >
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The real question:

Are the answers here going to make you any less scared of a cold drop or slamming door?

Could that then cause you to make a mistake in a warehouse and make you a ghost?

I've seen the videos on YTube where people get scared and take off running for their life through a rusty warehouse or old hotel. That's about the dumbest stuff I've seen in a long while. All the talk about hellholes on here is entirely relevant and very very real.


I personally believe in spirits. I also second a comment on this topic that it has never been reported that a spirit caused the death of an individual.




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< Reply # 16 on 9/15/2017 2:50 AM >
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I've never really been a firm believer in ghosts, but two instances have occurred that I have a hard time explaining away.

My roommate had watched the movie Ghost Ship on DVD in the living room, but hadn't removed the DVD from the player. While she was on a trip to the east coast I was the only one in the house and was cooking dinner one evening. As I was chopping some vegetables, the TV and DVD turned on and the movie Ghost Ship started playing. It creeped me out a bit, but I walked over and turned both devices back off then went back to the kitchen. A few minutes later the TV and DVD turned back on and the movie started playing again. I was genuinely creeped out and more than a bit frightened that time. I removed the disk from the player to make certain that it didn't happen a third time. The player and TV had never spontaneously turned on before or after that night.

The second instance was quite a bit less creepy, but just as unexplainable. One evening we had gone shopping for groceries. We put everything away except a bag of a dozen applies which we set on the counter. I got up early the next morning and found a loaf of half frozen bread in the middle of the kitchen floor (we freeze our bread so we can defrost it as needed). And the apples had been arranged in three perfect rows of four apples, each with the stems pointed straight upward. In this case my roommate was at home, but I had not heard her and she denies having pranked me.

I know that none of this is any form of proof of anything, but it has swayed my way of thinking. I'm a bit more open minded when people tell me their stories.

Recently my roommate had her 4 year old niece stay over night at the house and the next morning she started telling us a story about the mean ladies that were poking at her and the nice man that made them stop. Of course we are talking about a four year old here.

And of course there was the time when my roommate was traveling between Tonopah Nevada and Wendover Nevada. For those who don't know the area, it's across the top of the Nevada Test Site close to Area 51. She regularly drove the route to spend the weekend with her brother. It was normally about 3 1/2 hours at the speeds she drives. On one particular trip though she was over 1 1/2 hours overdue and her brother had contacted the highway patrol to start looking for her. When she pulled into Wendover, she didn't understand why her family was so upset. To this day she doesn't know how she lost that 90 minutes.

Fun times...

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< Reply # 17 on 9/16/2017 11:24 PM >
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I've never seen spooky things at "haunted" places but I've experienced a lot of extremely weird stuff at really desolate places out in the woods, or in the middle of 50 miles of farmland. Mostly at civil war-era graveyards.




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I've never seen spooky things at "haunted" places but I've experienced a lot of extremely weird stuff at really desolate places out in the woods, or in the middle of 50 miles of farmland. Mostly at civil war-era graveyards.


please give details, i like this stuff




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< Reply # 19 on 9/22/2017 7:01 PM >
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I'm personally very disappointed by ghosts. I've worked at and been to so many "haunted" places and I've never seen a bloody thing. Come on ghosts say g'day I won't bite I swear.




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