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Monsters, Which is the Scariest?

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« Reply #15 on: April 03, 2009, 11:13:27 am »

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I don't know that poltergeist attacks are all that common.  And how many of those poltergeist attacks (and ghost sightings) are the product of over-worked imaginations?

Obviously you've never encountered one and don't know anyone who has nor made a study of it.


I have never encountered one personally, but I have studied poltergeists, ghosts and haunted houses.  Hence, the observation:  poltergeist attacks simply aren't that common.  If you encounter them on a frequent basis, you are in the minority. Ghost sightings are far more common.

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"Commonplace" - comparatively speaking.  Destructive spirits are more common than alleged "werewolves" I can assure you!
 

No, they are not, of course, I suppose it depends where you are at.  Werewolf sightings are actually quite frequent over the last few years. The series, "Monsterquest" has even devoted a show to them.

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Lots of documentary series have run on the subject over the years "Sightings", "Hauntings", etc.


Fine, name a few then that support the idea that poltergeists attack frequently. I have stated one for you to  - Monsterquest, check it out.

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I've personally had half a dozen encounters with ghosts, and during my blood-curdling encounter with the poltergeist,


Fine, of course we have only your word for that, and, since you haven't supplied any proof, I suppose we will have to leave that one up in the air.

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I sought advice from a degreed parapsychologist who travels around with a team and equipment to  record such activity.  There's just alot more more of it than people realize -or I should say rather - than people want to realize.


I think that tha majority of people actually do believe in ghosts.  The problem why everyone doesn't believe in them is because the case studies have been like yours - all the personal accounts of individuals who supply no evidence to back themselves up.
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