Hallucinate is your word. I have corrected you several times. Since you claim it doesn't happen and I never claimed it did, you can stop avoiding the primary assertion - which you started this thread about. The debate still stands at: description of ghostly apparitions and the detail thereof must first pass muster of the fallibility of normal human perception, memory and processing, especially under adverse circumstances. You have made the claim that these apparitions are real. The onus lies on you to show that what we already know about human perception does not explain them. You'll have to know about human perception (including using valid terms) to do so. Have you done any reading on human perception?