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Ok. I don’t believe in ghosts or life after death or gods or anything like that. But I’ve had normal people tell me they’ve seen some, and I myself can do some cool ESP and telekinesis and I understand what it’s like not to be believed, so I like to keep an open mind. Just in case whenever I’m in a strange house alone and I have to cross darkness to flip a light switch I say "Ok if there’s any ghosts I don’t wanna see you!" then I flip all the lights in the place like the chicken I am till dawn. But you know what? It works. I’ve never seen a ghost! ^ – ^
Having disclaimed this, is there a story out there of one of those pompous "professional" skeptics (the kinds that go to TV talk shows to say it isn’t real and try to "expose lies") that would have been brought somewhere seriously haunted like the Queen Mary or Alcatraz or any real (??) haunted house and then they changed their tune?
If yes, please provide links or names and stuff so I can research it myself. (Links greatly appreciated though coz my internet is slow as a ball & chain ghost tonight)
There was an episode on Criss Angel’s Mindfreak show where he takes a bunch of skeptic celebrities to a haunted hotel called Amargosa Hotel in Death Valley, CA. It’s said to be among the top 10 haunted places in the world and when the team and the filming crew reach room 24 they all feel something.
Now this can be for show or anything, it’s TV and Criss Angel’s one hell of an entertainer although his show made me interested in magic tricks so much that i started to do some myself. Anyways it can be a scam, but take a look into it. I found a blog where his cameraman reports what’s happened to him on this special occasion.