Just Thinking

May 15, 2008 on 3:09 pm | In Article, Just Thinking | 4 Comments

I am sitting here thinking. Today a man asked me “Is the library really haunted?” We have a standard answer we give, “Some think it is and some think it is not. We have unexlained happenings here, but we have no real proof.” This got me to thinking…..just what will it take to make someone believe?

In many religions there are recordings of miracles and amazing events. There is not always proof, but the true believer beleives.

Mainly my take is that until it happens to you and you see a ghost or hear a disembodied voice, people are just very sceptical.

Tell me what you think.


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  1. I lady stop by yesterday and asked about the library. She said she knows about ghosts and started telling me about her haunted house here in town. According to her, she has things move and hears footsteps upstairs whenever she is downstairs. Interesting.

    Comment by mgilmore — May 22, 2008 #

  2. For those that believe, no explanation is necissary. For those that don’t, no explanation is possible…

    It is truly about the experience for oneself. To try and “prove” the existance of “ghosts” to others is a non-productive task. UROPA collects possible evidence and allows others, if they so choose, to prove that it is NOT paranormal.

    Comment by John York — May 16, 2010 #

  3. You are so right. As a “ghost hunter” you should know. Thank you for your comment.

    Comment by mgilmore — May 17, 2010 #

  4. I agree i have experience through my life good and bad so once you have experience it you believe

    Comment by bill danielson — March 11, 2016 #

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