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What exactly does it mean to be haunted?

Any situation where you are troubled by something spiritual in a tangible form, it could be said that you, or the location, were haunted. By definition any spirit sighting or other awareness is a haunting. Some locations are more likely to be haunted than others.. In the mid-west, there are numerous townships that have histories of large amounts of hauntings - I have dealt with a few hundred in the last twenty years, and will probably deal with a lot more of them. Strangely enough, Washington state is not very haunted, but Oregon is. Northern California is, but Southern isn't. Illinois and Indiana are really up there, along with Nebraska. New York is supposed to pretty haunted but evidence suggests that there are few verified incidents there - but those verified are pretty spectacular. Violence seems to the common factor in New York hauntings. The most prolific area is central Louisiana, where ghosts are commonplace.

If you suspect your location is haunted, putting an iron stake at each corner may well stop the haunting. a ring of salt will strengthen the suggestion, but not guaranteed.

Anyone that wants more information can contact me, and I will answer their questions. A statement on this though. I am an expert - known to various agencies, with an international reputation. I do not argue the facts with anyone, so please if you have any ideas of your own that you want to argue with me about, don't waste your time, I don't argue.

This last comment is to try to avert the emails that tell me I am wrong. I may be, but haven't found so yet.

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I have to agree with your statement about what a haunting [sign in to see URL] I can certainly see the locales you mentioned being as you [sign in to see URL] places just seem to be more conducive to hauntings than others. I know there is quite a bit here in the mountains of Tennessee as [sign in to see URL] would actually love to find some good places (yes, I am a freak of nature!).

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A friend of mine once gave me a paper written on the confirmed hauntings in one month, across the US. It was an eye opener - there are thousands of confirmed hauntings every month, and people still don't believe in ghosts. What does annoy me, is the insistence the authorities have in not confirming any haunting - they have internal memos about them, as do police and higher agencies, but none of them confirm the existence of haunting spirits. But then, with similarly overwhelming evidence in their files, the continue to deny the existence of extra terrestrial intellect. I used to enjoy working with the agencies - I would have to sign a waiver, before I could get paid, agreeing to keep silent about what I did. The agreement was unconstitutional so was binding for only as long as it took the ink to dry, and my check to be in my hand. emoticon

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I've yet to figure out why people insist these things don't exist. I guess too many can't handle what they seemingly can't explain, or don't understand (same with Paganism)...if they don't understand it, then it MUST be evil or non-existant, right? emoticon

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I gave up trying to understand people half a century ago.

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I don't really bother trying to understand. I know what I [sign in to see URL] that's enough for me. I just find it a shame that others are so arrogant that they feel human beings are the only beings ever created!

Not to [sign in to see URL] are missing out on some pretty cool things!!!

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In my official work, I come across people in total denial - their house is moving, the floor is cracking all by its self, the FBI have chased away the press and told the folk they CAN'T talk about this, and the people say that there is nothing ghostly or demonic about any of it. I then spend time finding out which spook is pissed off, then chat with it/them, to figure out what needs to happen to get them to go annoy someone else. After a while, everything goes back to almost normality, I get a hefty check, and the house owner still says nothing happend.

They are completely crazy. I had one case a few years ago, where the kids held a séance with an Ouija board and some passing spooks decided it would fun to join in. One kid ended up in hospital, and the house was simply destroyed - a bulldozer would be hard pressed to do that much damage, and the parents blamed the kid for doing it her little ten year old self. When told by men in suits that it was something classified and secret, the parents laughed at them and told them to stop smoking dope.

People will only accept what they can understand - if they don't understand something, it did not happen. I still get paid, despite the subject humans thinking nothing happened. (Sometimes they get a bill - then the believe it.)

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It's amazing that parents can believe a 10-year-old can destroy an entire house ... but maybe that's easier than believing the same kid can call a being with that much destructive power. (Imagine how afraid they'd be of their own kid!)

I'm glad that you can solve these things. The world would be in a worse state without people like you.

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Humans never believe what they can't understand or see with their own eyes (and even then, if their brain won't accept what they are [sign in to see URL] brain simply dismisses it.)

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Indeed. And it's one way of protecting our and their inner peace.

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