why we need ghosts

Discussion in 'UFOs, Ghosts and Monsters' started by birch, Feb 27, 2016.

  1. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    I've shown nothing but firsthand accounts, video evidence, and photo evidence. Denying this won't work.
     
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  3. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    We'll add this word to the list of words are have been misusing.
     
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  5. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    I guess I'll get insulted and flamed again by James R for bringing up another photo after 5 pages of futile attempts to debunk the last one. James R get's upset that there are real photos of ghosts by the thousands. He doesn't want anyone to see them. It makes the paranormal too real for his taste. This particular one's famous. It is the ghost of the Tulip Staircase. Note the stretched and distorted effect on the figure.

    "This one is even better authenticated than the Brown Lady picture. It was taken in 1966 in the Queen's House at the Maritime Museum in Greenwich by a Reverend Hardy, a retired clergyman from British Columbia. ..It is a visually confusing picture. You have to understand that it was taken from beneath a curving stairway looking up and the bulk of architecture you see to the left is the underside of the staircase. The Hardys were on vacation and Mrs. Hardy wanted a photograph that would duplicate a picture she'd seen in a magazine. When they got to the staircase (a famous architectural feature of the house) they discovered that they couldn't duplicate the picture in the magazine, which was taken from the top of the stairs, because that area was off limits and, in fact, the stairs themselves were blocked to keep everyone off them...The only shot he could get of the staircase was the awkward angle from below, with the chandelier overhead, so that is the one he took. At the time there was, of course, no one on the stairs. The Hardys didn't discover the figures (if you look closely, there are actually two figures) until they were back in Canada. They turned the original negative over the England's Ghost Club, along with the negatives for the pictures before and after it on the roll. The Ghost Club sent them to Kodak laboratories for analysis and the experts who examined them pronounced them to be not tampered with and said the only explanation for the figures had to be that there was someone or something on the stairs...To the best of my knowledge this picture has never been "debunked". You have to be careful with these classic pictures. Every now and again someone with no photographic credentials will come along and claim to debunk them by offering an explanation that experts have already dismissed. In this case, anyway, "recreating" the picture would be an exercise in futility. The structure in the picture is without doubt the Tulip Staircase and there's no way the museum would have allowed anyone to run up and down it to fake a picture. Remember it was completely cordoned off...A further note about the two figures: If you look closely you can see that both hands on the railing are left hands and both wear wedding rings."==http://www.ghost-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=60

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  7. Michael 345 Bali tonight Valued Senior Member

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    They can pass through walls

    Doors are a problem though

    Those they have to turn the door knob slowly

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  8. Michael 345 Bali tonight Valued Senior Member

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    Isn't Dracula the human version of the blood sucking flying bat?

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  9. kx000 Valued Senior Member

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    Angel is to a demon, as a spirit is to a ghost.
     
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    (Kind of appropriate in a thread about ghosts, eh?)
     
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